Epidemiological Update, Zika (24 March 2016)
Actualización Epidemiológica, Zika (24 marzo 2016)
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Overall, reporting of Zika virus cases in the Region of the Americas is still showing a downward trend which is also observed with the other arbovirus circulating in the Region as shown in Colombia, El Salvador, and Honduras. This trend could change due to delays in reporting when retrospective data is received.El número de casos notificados de virus del Zika en la Región de las Américas sigue una tendencia a la baja, coincidiendo con la tendencia observada de los otros arbovirus que circulan en la Región. Tal como se muestran con los casos de dengue y chikungunya en Colombia, El Salvador y Honduras. Esta tendencia podría variar debido al registro de datos retrospectivos.
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