Timbó City Hall confirms yellow fever in monkey found dead in Morro Azul

                                The Blumenau City Hall confirmed on Friday 14 that the monkey found dead in Morro Azul was contaminated with yellow fever. It was located in the main tourist spot of the city on 20 January. The Health of Timbó reinforced the alert so that the residents of the municipality look for the Health Units and get vaccinated. This Saturday, 15, all units in Timbó will be open from 8 am to 17 h. In Blumenau, the first case of yellow fever in humans was confirmed this Wednesday, 12. A 26 -year-old man from the Itoupava Central neighborhood was diagnosed with the disease. D-Day Vaccination In addition to yellow fever, the Timbó task force will also serve other vaccines that are open in the vaccination framework of the users. The population needs to have their vaccination card in hand. In Blumenau, the focus will be on measles. At the end of January, a blumenauense woman 24 years old registered the first case of the disease in the city in 2020. The service will also be from 8 am to 17 h in all 45 units with vaccination room of the municipal health network. However, the yellow fever vaccine will be available.                             
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