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Dengue outbreak declared in Tuguegarao

CAGAYAN, Philippines – A dengue outbreak was declared in Tuguegarao City on Friday, July 10, after the city health office recorded 3 casualties.

The 3 casualties – from 3 different villages – were aged 4, 8, and 16, City Health Officer Dr James Guzman told Rappler.

Guzman said they already mobilized barangay health officers and schools to ensure sanitation. He said that two of those who died likely got the disease in their homes because they were not attending school.

A few weeks ago, another area in Cagayan Valley – the municipality of Luna in Isabela province – declared a state of calamity after its health office recorded 54 cases of dengue in just the month of June.