Dengue cases and deaths from influenza increase in Jalisco
Jalisco is positioned as the entity with the highest number of deaths from influenza by adding 33 cases. In 2019, Jalisco was the state most affected by dengue, accounting for 11,272 sick people, in addition to 49 deaths.
According to disease monitoring, carried out by the Federal Ministry of Health, in epidemiological week 14, 33 deaths from influenza have been registered in Jalisco, and 17 cases of dengue were confirmed.
Jalisco was ranked as the entity with the highest number of deaths from influenza by adding 33 cases , followed by Sonora (25), Mexico City (24), Hidalgo (23) and Guanajuato (20). In addition, there are 3,106 probable cases of the respiratory disease and 343 confirmed.
According to the report, infections by the H1N1 viral subtype predominate and patients have comorbidities such as diabetes mellitus, material hypertension, obesity, and smoking. The most affected age group is 65 years or older.
On the other hand, the epidemiological report of week 14 of dengue, registered 165 confirmed cases of dengue, 17 more than the previous week, of the total 21 are serious.
This year's number represents an 11.5 percent increase over the same period in 2019 , which had added 148 in the same period.
On the other hand, the municipalities most affected by dengue are Tomatlán, Tonila, Cabo Corrientes and San Gabriel. The entity, which is in sixth national place in number of infections.
In 2019, Jalisco was the state most affected by dengue, accounting for 11,272 sick people, in addition to 49 deaths.
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