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Rio de Janeiro has declared a dengue health emergency days before Carnival is due to start

  • Rio de Janeiro declared a public health emergency due to a dengue fever outbreak, with over 10,000 cases reported since the beginning of 2024.
  • The Brazilian air force established a 60-bed field hospital to treat dengue patients in Ceilandia, aiming to alleviate the strain on emergency care units.
  • Brazil approved a dengue vaccine in 2023, becoming the first country to offer it through the public health system, with over 3 million people scheduled to receive the vaccine in 2024.
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