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As Zika fears fade, new threats loom
As fears over the spread of the Zika virus fade, public health officials are warning of a likely outbreak of a new strain of dengue fever in the Caribbean.
Timothy McLaughlin-Munroe, public health surveillance officer in Cayman, said officials were continuing to monitor the situation as well as other potential public health threats, including a predicted dengue type 3 epidemic.
Also, the Caribbean Public Health Agency has warned of a coming “epidemic” of a new strain of dengue fever, which had previously been largely found in Asia.
In India and Brazil, where mosquito-borne diseases are a public health menace, he believes the technique could have a profound impact.
There have been a total of 31 confirmed Zika cases in the territory to date.
Two new travel-related cases of Zika have been found in Collier County, state health officials said Friday.
The Collier cases are among six new travel-related cases in the state, according to the Florida Department of Health.
The mosquito is a vector for the proliferation of the Zika virus spreading throughout Latin America.
In addition, state health officials reported three new locally acquired Zika infections — two in Miami-Dade and a third in an out-of-state resident.
In travel-related cases, the people with Zika became infected while out of the country and came back with symptoms or developed them after returning to the United States.
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