Between June 8-14, Jalisco reported 20 more cases of dengue fever, bringing the total of cases to 358 in 2014; 264 classic and 94 hemorrhagic, as reported by the local health department.
Puerto Vallarta was the municipality the most new cases recorded, with eight, followed by Tomatlán, five, Zapotiltic with three and Cihuatlán, Casimiro Castillo and Guadalajara, with one case each.
Of the 20 affected, 19 had classic dengue, while the remaining was hemorrhagic and was registered in Puerto Vallarta.
Nationally, Jalisco ranks sixth for dengue cases, representing 6.4% of the whole country, which records 4984 . . .