Florida dengue: Two local cases confirmed in Broward County
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in Follow up on the sender locally In cases of dengue fever in Florida this year, the Florida Department of Health in Broward County issued a mosquito-borne disease alert for Broward County on Friday. Two local cases of dengue fever have been confirmed.
Dengue fever is a virus spread by mosquito bites from Aedes mosquitoes that also spreads chikungunya virus and Zika virus. Most people with dengue fever have mild or no symptoms. Those who show symptoms usually recover after about one week.
Common symptoms of dengue fever are fever and one or more of the following symptoms: headache; eye pain (usually behind the eyes); Muscle, joint or bone pain. hasty; Vomiting and nausea; or unusual bleeding (nose or gum bleeding, small red spots under the skin, or unusual bruising). Severe dengue fever can occur, resulting in shock, internal bleeding, and death. If you or a loved one develops these symptoms, visit your local health care provider or clinic.