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Message for U.S. Citizens: Suriname, Dengue Fevel Outbreak in Lower-lying Regions
This message informs U.S. citizens traveling to and residing in Suriname of a dengue outbreak in the lower-lying regions of the country.
Suriname’s Bureau of Public Health has reported a significant rise in dengue cases since October 2011, and officially declared this an epidemic in January. The Bureau of Public Health reports an increase in cases across the coastal area. In the most southern district, Sipaliwini, several cases have also been reported, including the death of a 3-month old infant.
Most recently authorities in French Guiana have notified their Surinamese counterparts of an increase in suspected dengue cases arriving in the border town of St. Laurent from the eastern district Marowijne. According to a statement released by the Bureau of Public Health, approximately 50 percent of positive registered dengue cases come from Paramaribo North. Most cases in December 2011 were also from this part of the city. The primary reason for this is the numerous illegal dumps that have been created in the North.
The Bureau of Public Health further states that in the last two weeks of December and the first two weeks of January, the peak of the epidemic, the average number of weekly admissions in hospitals was 40. This has now dropped to 30, still above average and enough to continue to refer to the situation as an epidemic. The Military Hospital also continues to serve as an annex to the Academic Hospital for treatment of dengue patients. (De Ware Tijd, Starnieuws.com)
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Journalists concerned about increasing police attacks on press in
Mexican border city
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Focus more on Mexico
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