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Dengue, three cases in seven days in Emilia-Romagna: “Watch out for the symptoms”

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Dengue, three cases in seven days in Emilia-Romagna: “Watch out for the symptoms”

Three Cases of Dengue Fever Reported in the Last Week

In the last week, three cases of dengue fever have been reported in the region, raising concerns as the summer season approaches and brings with it the presence of mosquitoes. The cases were confirmed by the regional reference center for microbiological emergencies (Crrem), under the leadership of Professor Tiziana Lazzarotto.

Dengue fever, a virus that is currently widespread in Brazil, has the potential to become indigenous in the region as the mosquito population increases during the summer months. This is a worrying sign, as similar outbreaks have occurred in other parts of Italy in recent years.

Last year, Rome and Lodi experienced outbreaks of dengue fever, highlighting the importance of monitoring and prevention measures to control the spread of the virus. The regional health authorities are urging residents to take precautions to avoid mosquito bites and eliminate breeding grounds to reduce the risk of dengue fever transmission.

As the summer season approaches, it is crucial for the community to remain vigilant and proactive in preventing the spread of diseases like dengue fever. Stay informed, stay safe, and take necessary precautions to protect yourself and your loved ones from mosquito-borne illnesses.

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