Tegucigalpa, Honduras – Saíd Norales, a spokesman for the agency, said that of the 20 to 25 patients with dengue symptoms who arrive at the teaching hospital every day, 95% are pediatric patients.
Respondents said that while incomes were slightly lower this week due to the situation, “it is important that people consider the advice to keep sinks and buckets clean at home.”
Neighborhoods in the capital with the most incidents include Villa Nueva, Villa Vieja, Zapote Norte, Cerro Grande, Nueva Suyapa and the Kennedy neighbourhoods.
On the other hand, Norales explained that due to the rainy season, there has been an increase in the number of minors entering health centers with respiratory problems.
“average Sees 50 to 60 patients per day People who require medical care for bronchitis and other respiratory illnesses. “
The spokesman said most of these cases were minors.
Dr. Carlos Umaña explains that children are most affected by these diseases because various factors affect their developing immune systems, making them bronchial and allergic reactors.