Cavite allays fears on dengue outbreak, red tide
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There is no dengue fever outbreak and red tide warning in the waters off Cavite, the provincial government clarified yesterday. Provincial Health Office-Education Promotion Officer II and Dengue Coordinator Annabelle R. Dilig confirmed that no outbreak has been reported in the province from January 1 to February 20 this year. Engineer Rolinio P. Pozas, head of Provincial Government Environment and Natural Resources Office (PG-ENRO) also assured that there is no red tide warning in the coastal areas of the province, namely Bacoor District, Cavite City and the municipalities of Kawit, Noveleta, Rosario, Tanza, Naic, Ternate and Maragondon.
Giron, A. (2017, February 24). Cavite allays fears on dengue outbreak, red tide. Manila Bulletin, p. 7.
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Red tides; Public health; Water quality; Shellfish; Biological poisons; Paralytic shellfish poisoning; Human food; Water quality control; Provincial Government Environment and Natural Resources Office (PG-ENRO); Provincial Epidemiology Surveillance Unit (PESU); Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR); Dilig, Annabelle R.; Pozas, Rolinio P.
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