The General Director of Healthcare in Paraguay, Guillermo Sequera, has warned that these conditions fulfill an epidemic of other diseases caused by Dengue and Aedes aegypti mosquitoes, such as Chikungunya and Zika, and therefore stressed the removal of shipyards.
The Ministry of Health of that country has warned that incessant rainfall and dengue were historically high in the number of breeding populations in cities that are factors that increase the percentage of an epidemic of an incident.
The forecasts for the highest probability of rainfall up to June this year are the factors that keep alerts. However, reports of suspicious and confirmed cases of dengue due to heat have not so far been compared to previous years.
The number does not exceed 250 weekly announcements, as opposed to almost 7,000.