A new campaign to fight mosquitoes and the illness they can bring began as new statistics revealed both encouraging and disheartening news.
Arizona State University has taken a major step forward in boosting Zika prevention efforts.
Can the state’s own university system become a hero in the fight against dengue, zika and chikungunya?
To undermine mosquito-driven diseases such as dengue, chikungunya and zika, this weekend the state Ministry of Health is organizing a descacharrización, bulk trash removal.
The “giant” mosquitoes are back, but there’s no cause for panic.
A $1 million grant has been awarded to Michigan State University academic to build a Zika-fighting mosquito facility in Yucatán.
While the state sends out anti-mosquito brigades, you can tell for sure if the inspector at your door is real or an imposter.
Penalties for non-compliance with a new anti-mosquito law start with warning, then a fine, seizing the property, and even 36 hours in police custody.
Dengue cases in Yucatán are down 82 percent from last year. Civic cooperation, as well as schools of mosquitofish, are credited.
The Federal Ministry of Health has confirmed the first case of zika in a pregnant woman in Yucatán. The patient is a 19-year-old from Kaua, which is 35 kilometers southeast of Mérida.