Confirmed Dengue Fever Cases on the Big Island of Hawaii Rises to 210

The Dengue Fever outbreak on the Big Island continues and the total confirmed amount of cases rose by 3 more case since the last update bringing the total amount of confirmed cases to 210.

Mosquito Bite

As of January 7, 2016*:

Since the last update, HDOH has identified 3 new cases of dengue fever.  Currently, as many as 6 of the confirmed cases to date are potentially infectious to mosquitoes. All others are no longer infectious.

Potentially infectious individuals
6 Illness onset  12/28/15 to 1/1/16
Cases no longer infectious
204 Illness onset 9/11/15 to 12/27/15
Past and present confirmed cases (Cumulative TOTAL)
210

Of the confirmed cases, 190 are Hawaii Island residents and 20 are visitors.
170 cases have been adults; 40 have been children (<18 years of age). Onset of illness has ranged between 9/11/15 – 1/1/16.

As of today, a total of 823 reported potential cases have been excluded based on test results and/or not meeting case criteria.

For a map of potential areas of infection by mosquito for confirmed dengue fever cases, click HERE**. (Updated January 6, 2016)

For Hawaii Island Dengue Fever Unified Command Updates, click HERE. (Updated December 2, 2015)

CDC Interim Assessment of the Response by the Hawaii State Department of Health to the Dengue Outbreak on the Island of Hawaii

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