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Dengue reminder

01 Oct 2020

Dengue is a viral infection transmitted by mosquitoes; it is found in tropical and sub-tropical climates, but also reported in parts of Europe Read more

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Diseases transmitted by insects and ticks in Europe

14 Aug 2019

Depending on destination, travellers may be at risk of a number of different diseases spread by insects or ticks in EuropeRead more

Dengue

18 Dec 2017

Dengue is an infection caused by the dengue virus of which there are four different subtypes. The disease is transmitted by mosquitoes Read more

Diseases transmitted by insects and ticks in the Americas

19 Jan 2016

Depending on the destination, travellers may be at risk of a number of different diseasesRead more

Diseases

Outbreak Surveillance

Dengue in Brazil

10 May 2022 Brazil + Goias

As of 29 April 2022, Dengue serotype 2 has been detected in Brazil for the first time in a sample taken from a dengue case in November 2021. PAHO states DEN 1, 2 and 4 serotypes have been detected. Health officials clarify that the new lineage is not related to the large number of dengue cases reported in the state.

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Dengue in Singapore

20 Apr 2022 Singapore

As of 19 April 2022, Singapore are reporting an increase in dengue cases compared to the previous four years. In the week ending 16 April 2022, a total of 735 cases were reported. To prevent cases from escalating, vector control measures are taking place. The DENV-3 serotype which was previously uncommon in Singapore is now circulating.

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Dengue in Timor-Leste

12 Apr 2022 Timor-Leste

In 2022 and as of 29 March, 3,713 cases including 44 deaths have been reported. This is an increase of 1,715 cases and 14 deaths since 12 February 2022.

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Dengue in Pakistan

15 Dec 2021 Pakistan

From 1 January to 25 November 2021, a total of 48,906 cases including 183 deaths have been reported from four provinces (Punjab, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Sindh, Balochistan) plus the federally administered Islamabad Capital Territory and Azad Jammu and Kashmir autonomous territories. As of 25 November, Punjab province reported the highest number of cases with 24,146 cases and 127 deaths. The deaths were mainly reported from Lahore district.

Source: WHO

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Dengue in Reunion

15 Jun 2021 Reunion

As of 10 June 2021, a total of 20,800 confirmed cases of dengue have been reported since the start of the year.

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