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Dept. of Health urges public to take added precautions following dengue case on O‘ahu

The Hawai‘i Department of Health is asking for support in reducing the potential for the spread of dengue by transmission, following a confirmed case in Hale‘iwa on O‘ahu.

2 travel-related cases of dengue reported: 1 on Big Island, other on Kaua’i

The Hawai‘i Department of Health has received two reports of travel-related dengue cases in Hawai‘i: one on the Big island and the other on Kaua’i.

National Governors Association Selects Hawai‘i for Public Health Workshop

DOH announces that Hawai‘i is one of just six states selected to participate in the National Governors Association Center for Best Practices’ Workshop.

Imported Dengue Case Confirmed on the Big Island

A new case of dengue fever has been confirmed on the Big Island.

Gabbard Hosts Dengue, Zika Town Hall

The call discussed dengue fever and the Zika virus, as well as other mosquito-borne illnesses.

No New Dengue Cases Confirmed Tuesday

The Hawai’i Department of Health continues to list the total case count at 264 cases, with the most recent case confirmed on Friday.

No Dengue Fever Cases Confirmed Since Friday

No new cases of dengue fever were confirmed by the Hawai’i Department of Health on Monday, keeping the overall count at 264.

DOH: New Dengue Case Confirmed with Older Onset

No cases are currently infectious or are at risk of spreading the disease to mosquitoes.

No New Dengue Cases Reported

The total case count of confirmed dengue cases remains at 263, the same number since the last added case on March 24.

No New Dengue Cases Confirmed by DOH

There have been no new cases of dengue confirmed on the Big Island since March 24.

No New Dengue Cases Monday

The last confirmed dengue case was reported in late March and there have been no known cases at risk of infecting mosquitoes with the disease since March 17.

Dengue: Week Ends with No New Cases

The Hawai’i Department of Health continues to list the overall case count as 263, with no known cases currently at risk of spreading the disease to mosquitoes.

Dengue Count Holds at 263 for Just Over Three Weeks

On Wednesday, the Hawai’i Department of Health issued an update to its Risk Areas for Potential Infection map, noting that no changes were made since the prior week.

DOH Map on Dengue Lists Kalaoa, Hookena Areas at ‘Some Risk’

Wednesday marks three weeks since the last confirmed dengue fever case was reported by the Hawai’i Department of Health.

Big Island Dengue Fever Count at a Standstill

No new cases of dengue fever were confirmed on the Big Island Tuesday by the Hawai’i Department of Health.

Governor Ige Extends Emergency Period on Mosquito-Borne Illnesses

The initial emergency declaration allowed the state to release a five percent budget restriction on the DOH, freeing up $250,000, allowing the department to fill eight vector control positions and hire an entomologist and a communications specialist.

No New Cases of Dengue Confirmed Monday

The confirmed count remains at 263 cases with the most recently confirmed case on March 23. No cases are currently infectious to mosquitoes.

No New Dengue Cases Confirmed

In total, 263 cases have been confirmed stemming from the Big Island’s dengue outbreak. The number includes 237 residents, 26 visitors, and a combined 46 individuals under the age of 18.

Dengue Fever Cases Remain at 263

In total, 237 Big Island residents have contracted the disease, along with 26 visitors to the island.

Dengue: No New Cases, Transfer Station Hour Extensions

No new cases of dengue fever have been reported on the Big Island since March 23.
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