Puerto Vallarta has the most cases of dengue registered in Jalisco, with a total of 114, followed by the VII region where 59 cases are reported, which Autlán de Navarro is the most affected municipality.
This information was confirmed by the Jalisco Health Secretariat in its report for the second half of May.
The number of confirmed cases of dengue has been increasing since 2016. In that year there were 1,089 cases; for 2017 the figure increased to 1,115, however, 2018 saw an increase of over 100%, reaching 2,651.
90% of dengue cases in the entire state correspond to Puerto Vallarta, Autlán and Ciudad Guzmán.
2019 has a pace similar to that of 2018, so strategies have already been implemented to stop the high incidences of dengue infections.
Up to the epidemiological week 21 (ending May 27), 90.3 percent of the confirmed cases of dengue, correspond to the Jurisdiction VIII in Puerto Vallarta, VII in Autlán and VI in Ciudad Guzmán.