Saturday, 14 March 2009

Manoora and Manunda, most active Dengue

At at today, there are 669 cases of confirmed Dengue transmission recorded since the beginning of the outbreak in Cairns, on December 1st.

One person was also confirmed to have died, as a result of infection.

I've attached the latest list, listed suburb by suburb. You will see the highest recorded area is Cairns North, where the Council failed to act promptly when first informed in early December.

These are totals for the whole outbreak dating back to 1 December 2008, and some of the suburbs are no longer considered as 'active'.

However, the suburbs currently affected (with known recent local transmission) are Bayview Heights, Bungalow, Cairns North, Edge Hill, Edmonton, Gordonvale, Holloways Beach, Machans Beach, Manoora, Manunda, Parramatta Park, Trinity Beach, Westcourt, White Rock, Whitfield, and Yorkeys Knob.

Central Cairns suburbs of Manoora and Manunda, are particularly active at present.

1 comment:

Lesteria said...

Despite your assertions, there has been NO verification by anyone, including Queensland Health, of your supposed story regarding North Cairns.

None.