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Prevent contracting and spreading dengue

Prevent contracting and spreading dengue

Dengue fever and dengue haemorrhagic fever is a mosquito borne disease that can be fatal if left undetected and untreated. Dengue infection is a leading cause of illness and death in the tropics and subtropics. It is therefore important for everyone to be vigilant and prevent contracting and spreading dengue. |Download poster| 


Homecare for Dengue Patients

Your child or family member might have dengue. It is important for you to carefully watch them because dengue can rapidly become severe between the third and seventh day of illness when the fever is going away. Your doctor can order tests to determine if your sick family member has dengue. |Download pamphlet|


Prevent mosquito production in your septic tank

Some SEPTIC TANKS can produce hundreds to thousands of mosquitoes each day. These mosquitoes might transmit viruses like dengue or West Nile that can cause serious illness. |Download pamphlet|


Protect Yourself and Your Baby from Dengue

Avoid mosquito bites during pregnancy to prevent dengue in your newborn baby. |Download pamphlet|


How to Prevent the Spread of the Mosquito that Causes Dengue

General information about Aedes aegypti |Download pamphlet|


 

 
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