However, there is a high level of larval infestation. This situation is manifested mainly in the Asunción and Central regions, reporting on the health portfolio. According to the data, both urban areas have 70% larval infestations.
As for suspected cases, 246 were reported in the last three weeks. Asunción and Central again cover most of them, with 73.3%. Statistical details show that 130 (52.8%) are concentrated in Central. While 49 (20%) are located in Asuncion.
The MSP also shows that there is currently no active disease outbreak. Nonetheless, the call to guard is negligent and asks to take preventative steps to eliminate mosquito breeding sites.
FACTOR. Guillermo Sequera, director of MSP Health Surveillance, said that notification of possible cases is in the ascending curve. "Compared to previous years, this is smaller. In December we have had 500 cases a week. The situation is related to a variety of reasons, including winter is very broad. Regionally in the last two years there has been little dengue fever," Sequera .
However, he pointed out that the most important climb was after the holidays. But this season should not be like the one before, attending the last epidemic experienced. "This year must be a calm year. But this is very unexpected. It is estimated that the El Niño phenomenon will last until mid-year. It brings a lot of rain."
It also revealed that they worked with people from the Polytechnic to develop predictive models.
CRIADEROS. The Director of Health Monitoring also commented that according to the mapping carried out by Senepa, most of the breeding sites found in these homes were those maintained by people with the intention to use them again.
Within this group are toilets, pelopinchos, containers, laundry, old furniture, refrigerators, among other elements without use. According to the account, from the breeding site found by Senepa, the description corresponds to 60%.