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SES begins providing educational materials against dengue, Zika and chikungunya - Mato Grosso do Sul government portal

SES begins providing educational materials against dengue, Zika and chikungunya – Mato Grosso do Sul government portal

The State Department of Health, through the Government’s Coordination of Disease Vector Control (CECV), has begun delivery of educational materials to promote ‘D-Day’ Week, which is taking place from 16-20 November and is part of the dengue control campaign. Zika and Chikungunya in Mato Grosso do Sul. This Thursday (11), 15,500 educational materials were distributed to the municipality of Campo Grande to take measures to combat the arbovirus.

According to the state coordinator for disease vector control at SES, Mauro Lucio Rosa, the materials will be provided to 79 municipalities in the state. We have 600,000 files, 50,000 posters, 10,000 banners, in addition to banners that we will distribute to all municipalities. We also created a technical memorandum guiding municipalities to achieve D-Day. We started this distribution since the eighth of November with the municipalities.”

Mauro also stresses that educational materials are very important for the implementation of the campaign against dengue fever, Zika virus and chikungunya. “It is important because it helps raise awareness and raise awareness of the population, it serves as a warning to show the dangers that these diseases can cause. We hope that by handing over these materials, the municipalities will help us work together, and convey the message of prevention and warning to all residents.”

For this year, the campaign against dengue, chikungunya and Zika included several programmed awareness-raising actions such as: webnaries, technical visits to municipalities, the launch of the third phase of the e-visit system, as well as a “day” of the fight against arboviruses. Other information can be found on the campaign website mosquito war.

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Rodson Lima, SES

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