THE a group of arboviruses promoted by the municipality Recife goes through two in the suburbs This weekend, two uniform, in the northern zone of the city and iburain the southern zone.
This Saturday (23) and Sunday (24) from 8 am to 1 pm on the protection of the environment and endemic pesticides (asaces), the municipal health agency should inspect approximately 2 350 sites, including dwellings and strategic points, to identify and manage Aedes aegypti mosquito.
Instructions for preventing the transmitter from spreading dengue, Zika and Chikungunya also communicated to the population.
This Saturday, up to 1,650 people will visit both districts. Up to 700 properties will be inspected on Sunday.
Inspections check whether there are nesting sites mosquito and later mechanical elimination of colonies and application of biological larval venom to aquifers was performed.
Selected areas have a higher incidence mosquito and the risk of disease in the general population, as shown by entomological and epidemiological data.
Educate the population on the prevention of the most common arboviruses (dengue, Chikungunya, Zika and others), asaces include the topic in the approaches as well. After all, in addition to taking care of colonies mosquito, it is also important to prevent its concentration in the future. Studies show that 80 percent of mosquitoes occur in homes.
Another 16 strategic points will visit asaces. As tire repair shops, scrap shops and possibly real estate mosquito breeding grounds in the Community; in addition to the three cemeteries: Parque das Flores (Tejipió), do Barro (in the neighborhood of the same name) and Várzea (in the neighborhood of the same name).
The substances work by removing deposits that accumulate in the water, vacuuming out adult mosquitoes and carrying out chemical treatment with an insecticide.
Possible outbreaks of the Aedes aegypti mosquito can be reported via the “Bora Se Cuidar contra o Mosquito” platform at Recife City Hall, which is available on the website or in the Conecta Recife application.
The tool allows city dwellers to launch environmental monitoring quickly and efficiently through their geographical location. The SUS Ombudsman can still be used by calling 0800 281 1520 from Monday to Friday from 7 am to 7 pm or on the Recife City Hall website at any time.
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