Declaration of Emergency Declared for Hawaii Island Due to Dengue Fever Outbreak

Hawaii County Mayor Billy Kenoi made a Declaration of Emergency due the outbreak of Dengue Fever on the Big Island of Hawaii.

To view the declaration click here:

Dengue Declaration of Emergency

As of February 8, 2016*:

Since the last update, HDOH has identified 1 new case of dengue fever.  Currently,  as many as 2 of the confirmed cases to date are potentially infectious to mosquitoes. All others are no longer infectious.

Potentially infectious individuals
2 Illness onset 1/29/16 to 2/1/16
Cases no longer infectious
249 Illness onset 9/11/15 to 1/28/16
Past and present confirmed cases (Cumulative TOTAL)

Of the confirmed cases, 227 are Hawaii Island residents and 24 are visitors.
206 cases have been adults; 45 have been children (<18 years of age). Onset of illness has ranged between 9/11/15 – 2/1/16.

As of today, a total of 1124 reported potential cases have been excluded based on test results and/or not meeting case criteria.

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