Ilhabela Health Administration (SP) confirmed on Tuesday (20) the second positive malaria diagnosis for a year and two months. She is being cured and good.
According to the Secretariat, in the new case, the victim has been identified with less severe disease, which causes severe morbidity, pain and fever.
The municipality epidemiological surveillance team moves to the village of Perek, in the area where the new event takes place.
The first malaria victim in the city is a four-year-old child, settled on Monday (19). The patient's health is also stable.
As the City Hall said, in the first case, the family's family was seeking a medical institution and the diagnosis confirmed that. The boy lived with his family around the Kingdom and told him that in the building of the city, this place would pass through a supervisory hole.
The Department of Health recommends use of repellents, especially since 18 pm because Anopheles mosquitoes are water and night habits that live in closed forest areas. Other mosquitoes do not let the pain.
Until May, two cases on the northern coast were recorded in Karaguia and San Sebastian. In 2018, the malaria state was registered.