Early in the summer is considered a risk of fever. Therefore, people living in hazardous areas should be required to be vaccinated as soon as possible.
The Ministry of Health makes this warning because there are a large number of people in the newly affected areas, such as Rio de Janeiro, Minas Gerais and the capital city of Sao Paulo, and still have a large number of people who are vaccinated against the disease, and therefore have a high risk of infection.
Vaccination was expanded to 4469 municipalities in 2017, when the yellow fever emerged. This was due to the addition of 940 cities, which are located near the capitals and subway stations in the south-east and south-eastern regions of the country with evidence of viral turnover. Vaccination coverage should be at least 95% of the population.
In the national vaccination calendar, the yellow fever vaccine is presented and distributed to the States every month, and this year, 30 million doses of vaccine vaccine have been sent across the country. However, vaccination is very small. People should take dose 10 days before going to dangerous areas.
What is Yellow Fever?
Yellow fever is an infectious disease caused by the virus, and is given by mosquitoes. The infection can be divided into two ways: urban yellow fever, which is transmitted through Aedes aegypti, or wild yellow fever Hagergup and Sabette.
The disease is considered acute and hemorrhagic and is caused by spasms (jaundice) and bleeding of various degrees. The virus is tropical and common in South America and Africa. Despite being recognized as a dangerous virus, most people do not have symptoms and develop for treatment.
There are a few differences between yellow fever and the Zika virus, but they are classified as arborovirus, although they belong to the Flavivirus family. Learn more about Yellow Fever.