The infection rate in cataguases is 2.82% by mosquitoes.
The City Health and Pediatrics Center for Epidemic Control is the fourth LIRAa from October 22 to 26 and the Fast Index Survey (LIRA) of Aedes aegypti and Aedes albopictus, respectively, the fourth stage of the LIA in 2018 and the Amostral Index Survey (LIA) It is a methodology used to identify and map the presence of mosquitoes that transmit dengue fever and other diseases in municipalities.
According to the Coordinator of the Epidemic Control Unit (Cosme Tadeu Alves da Costa), the fourth survey should be considered more important because it coincides with the rainy season. Other surveys are not done every 2 months The months are not relevant – because it is the most helpful time for vector multiplication. In this fourth phase, the number of properties surveyed by the city's endemic hospital team was 1,027, of which 29 identified the presence of Aedes aegypti. This corresponds to an A82 mosquito penetration index of 2.82%.
The results of the LIA showed that there were vectors in rural areas, with 936 properties and 11 Aedes aegypti, which represents an infection index of 1.17%. Ten sites were surveyed and four showed positive results for mosquitoes. The most common deposits in the countryside were tires and other rolled materials, as well as water containers or containers, vessel plates, generally fountain drinking fountains, decorative fountains and building materials, according to Cosme dos Santos. According to the report, Aedes albopictus had 10 attributes and infection rate was 1.07%.
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Costme dos Santos says the strategy to combat vectors is to keep routine intensive care and sediment removal at the Frontemic Control Center. The survey shows the most important areas where the work is performed with larval elimination and mechanical control (ie, sediment removal, immediately initiated action) using all blocks in the area where the results were positive since the results of LIRAa and LIA. According to some infectologists in the country, the coordinator is also a seasonal disease because next year's rain at the end of 2018 was higher than last year, research shows that epidemics occur every two years. "However, we have concluded that dengue fever can actually be eradicated in our country by stopping the awareness of the population and all of our work." (Photo: archive)