Operation Mosquito Zero goes to Bandeira, after visiting 11 thousand properties in Anhanduizinho

This Wednesday (12) began the third stage of the Mosquito Zero operation, at Bandeira. The teams started work in the region after visiting 11 thousand properties in Anhanduizinho. The site already has four collection points and intensified action with Endemic Combat Agents (ACEs). In almost ten days of operation in the region served by the Basic Family Health Units (UBSFs) were visited 10. 938 properties in the Los Angeles, Parque do Sol and Aero Rancho neighborhoods. The residents were instructed by the agents on the cleaning of the land and on the proliferation of the mosquito that transmits dengue (Aedes Aegypti), in addition to mechanical control in necessary places. In total more than 500 were eliminated. outbreaks in places with accumulated water and mosquito larvae. 64 agents were used to visit homes. In Bandeira, four collection points for materials that are no longer used, large and small, are installed in the region. residents can help clean up mosquito breeding sites. These are strategic points installed in the neighborhoods of Tiradentes, Moreninhas III, Maria Aparecida Pedrossian and Jardim Itamaracá. ScheduleThe expectation is that by April the seven regions of Campo Grande will have received a similar action, according to a predefined schedule.1ª Week – Imbirussu.2ª Semana – Anhanduizinho.3nd Week – Flag.4th Week – Prose.5th Week – Lagoa.6th Week – Secret.7th Week – Center.Epidemiological dataAccording to the Epidemiological Surveillance Coordination in the first half of February, 3 were reported. 277 dengue cases in Campo Grande, where 126 they were confirmed. The death toll also rose in the capital, with three registered, from a 30 man, a lady from 74 years old child 09 years old. the Zika Virus 34 notifications and 22 were registered from Chikungunya, who are in the process of laboratory evaluation to confirm or not the suspicions. In 2019 reported 39. 417 notified cases of dengue, being 19. 647 confirmed and 8 deaths. Despite the December numbers of 2019 closed with about 45% less cases recorded compared to 2018 Infestation by AedesIn the capital, seven areas were classified with the risk of an outbreak of the disease transmitted by the mosquito according to the Rapid Survey of Infestation Indexes by Aedes Aegyptti (LIRAa). The number of areas almost doubled in relation to the last LIRAa released in November 2019. Only 18 areas remain with satisfactory rates. The number of areas on alert has practically doubled, compared to the last LiRaa released in November last year, from 22 to 42 areas. Eighteen areas remain with satisfactory rates. The highest rate was detected in the area covered by the USF Iracy Coelho, with 8.6% of infestation. This means that from 233 inspected properties, deposits were found in 20. The area of ​​USF Azaleia appears in second with 7.4% of infestation, followed by USF Jardim Antártica, 5.2%, USF Alves Pereira, 4.8, USF Sírio Libanês, 4.4%, Jardim Noroeste, 4.2 % and USF Maria Aparecida Pedrossian (MAPE), 4.0%.
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