A 43-year-old rural worker died and three other people aged 20, 51, and 60 were admitted to the Santa Casa de Corumbá, 419 km from Campo Grande. According to the US Department of State (SES) healthcare) Workers are suspected of having influenza, Hanta virus, leptospirosis or fever.
The first patient was symptomatic after 8 days, but was hospitalized only on January 23. The ICU (Treatment Unit Concentration), where one person died on the day of admission and the other had a history of hepatitis. According to a medical report issued by SES, headache, fever, chest and back pain, nausea, dizziness, anorexia and diarrhea.
According to Corumbá City Council, the results sent to Lacem were not conclusive, but H1N1 and leptospirosis were ignored and sent for deeper analysis. However, all patients are already being treated. Tamiflu Support through serum treatment.
The SES also reported that two other workers in the same rural areas in Pantanal, Paiaguás, and Corumbá, six hours away, were also sick but recovered without medical attention.
On Monday, a municipal sanitary surveillance team will investigate the farm to investigate the cause of the disease. The City of Corumbá plans to request assistance because the Navy has provided helicopters to transport the team to the support team.