city hall Araraquara (SP) already total 49 assessments of properties that have been Aedes aegypti mosquito breeding sitesWhich transmits dengue fever and other diseases this year. The number already exceeds the 28 recorded in the whole of 2021.
The municipality is suffering from an epidemic of dengue fever, and 284 other cases have been recorded this Tuesday (10). 6720. Ten people died from this disease.
Penalties can lead to fines
Housing assessments that maintain favorable conditions for mosquito breeding can be resumed, but may result in The fine ranges from R$398.16 to R$5,308.80.
For industries and businesses, The fine ranges from 3,318 R$ to 26,544 R$.
“The fine is applied according to the quantity and size of the container, but that is not the purpose of Vector Control. The agent is there to guide, clarify and assist residents. Violation notices are for cases of negligence. It is important that the citizen understands the importance of allowing inspections, As well as not keeping potential breeding sites in his home, endangering not only their family members, but the entire local population, through the municipal press office.
Agents continue to work this Wednesday (11)
Dengue clients conduct a house-to-house screening against Aedes in Araraquara – Photo: Tete Viviani/Araraquara City Hall
On Wednesday (11), endemic disease control agents from the epidemiological surveillance Inspection work from home to home In search of potential breeding sites in neighborhoods:
- Xavier’s Villa
- Sao Giraldo
- Eliana Garden
- Uirapuru Park
- Emperor’s Garden.
The sprayer will pass through the Selmi Dei, while the smoke will be carried out in the Selmi Dei V.
And the epidemiological surveillance agents to combat endemic diseases always work in uniform, in a gray shirt and brown jacket, as well as roaming in official cars. It is important to note the identity of the agent and permission to enter.
In case of doubt, the resident can also contact Vector Control, Phones 3303-3123 and 3303-3124. More information can be obtained by contacting the Ombudsman’s office. Epidemiological surveillance, 0800-7740440, or on WhatsApp from the county, (16) 99760-1190.
Araraquara 150 dengue cases were recorded in January, 702 cases in February, 3,831 cases in March, 2007 cases in April, and 30 in May.
Symptoms of dengue fever include fever, body aches, headache, pain behind the eyes, and spots on the body. When a patient requests care, they must bring their ID, SUS card, and proof of address with zip code.
The Dengue Care Center at the field hospital operates daily, including weekends and holidays, from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. All municipal health units are also attending to suspected dengue cases – centers are open Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., and UPAs, 24 hours a day.
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