20 May 2019 Reunion
As of 14 May 2019, Réunion has detected approximately 10,000 confirmed and 30,000 suspected cases since the beginning of 2019, including four deaths. Réunion reported 2,795 confirmed cases for the same period in 2018.
10 Apr 2019 Reunion
From March 18 to 24 March 904 confirmed cases were reported. Since the beginning of 2019 more than 14000 clinically suggestive cases have been reported.
05 Apr 2019 Reunion
From March 18 to 24 March 843 confirmed cases were reported. Since the beginning of 2019 more than 10,000 clinically suggestive cases have been reported.
14 Feb 2019 Reunion
Since the start of 2019, a total of 476 locally acquired cases were reported, with 145 cases confirmed between January 28 to February 3, 2019. Cases have been diagnosed in the South, West and North Zones with most cases reported from Saint-Louis, Rivière Saint-Louis, Saint Pierre, La Possession, Les Avirons and Piton Saint-Leu.
10 Oct 2018 Reunion
Since the beginning of 2018, 6604 cases of confirmed or probable dengue fever (9 of which imported from Polynesia, Brazil, Thailand, Maldives and Myanmar) have been confirmed.
14 Aug 2018 Reunion
As of 29 July 2018, there have been 6,382 locally acquired cases of dengue since the start of the year. The main affected areas are on the western part of the island. The circulating serotype is DENV-2.
18 May 2018 Reunion
As of 17 May 2018, a total of 2,980 cases have now been reported since the beginning of 2018. This exceeds annual case numbers reported since 2010. Further transmission is expected until the beginning of winter (between July and September). Control activities are ongoing.
01 May 2018 Reunion
As of 23 April 2018, a total of 1,816 laboratory confirmed or probable cases of dengue have been reported since 1 January 2018. The epidemic is intensifying in the West and North.
17 Apr 2018 Reunion
As of 8 April 2018, 992 locally acquired cases of dengue have been reported since the start of the year. Of these cases, 237 were reported between 2 and 8 April 2018. The municipality of Saint-Paul, remains the most affected area.