December 9, 2022

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SÉRGIO BERNARDO/ACERVO JC IMAGEM

See a list of neighborhoods at high risk of dengue, chikungunya and Zika outbreaks in Recife

Epidemiological Bulletin Arboviruses The Department of Health in Recife (SISAU) highlights the neighborhoods Ipura he is from betweenwhether in the southern region, such as those with the highest detection rate of possible cases Arboviruses In the past eight weeks. The number of neighborhoods is 2.9 cases per 10,000 residents.

In addition, the most recent cycle of the Aedes aegypti Rapid Index Survey (LIRAa) in Recife fetched an index of 3.4%, representing High risk of dengue, Zika and chikungunya outbreaks. This means that 3.4% of real estate in the city is infested with mosquitoes. Aedes aegyptiwhich transfers a file Arboviruses. The last time this index was recorded was in 2013, a year before Radio Chikungunya It has been confirmed on the national territory.

Sisao Bulletin also highlights these neighborhoods KohbAnd Ipura And Gordau (Southern District), plus Varzia (Western District) They are at high risk of infection with the Aedes aegypti virus, with a LIRAa rate equal to or greater than 4%.

Where there is a higher risk of an arbovirus outbreak

  • Kohb
  • Ipura
  • Jordan
  • floodplain

Where are there more cases of arthropod-borne viruses?

Learn how to report Aedes aegypti mosquito outbreaks

For those who want to report a possible mosquito outbreak Aedes aegyptiwho transmits dengue feverAnd Chikungunya And ZikaRecife City Hall provides the app Connect RecifeAvailable for free on the PlayStore for Android and the AppStore for iOS users.

The tool allows residents of Recife to activate a file environmental monitoringUse Geolocation.

When accessing the app, tap the icon urban services. Then the resident chooses the option Service Request. Among the many items, there is a file “arbovirus report”. In this area, it is possible to inform the address of the breeding site of mosquitoes.

The public can still use SUS OmbudsmanOver the phone 0800 2811520Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., or Recife City Hall websiteAt what time.

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