相關資訊請至疾管署網站（http://www.cdc.gov.tw/） 「國際旅遊與健康」及「傳染病介紹/蟲媒傳染病/登革熱或茲卡病毒感染症」項下查詢參用，或撥打國內免付費防疫專線1922、0800-001922 洽詢或本校衛保組分機31906︰姚正容護理師，分機51108︰鍾明禎護理師。
"Dengue fever" epidemic prevention
According to the epidemic situation of the Department of Health and Welfare of the Ministry of Health and Welfare, there were 28 cases of local dengue fever reported in Taiwan August 21, 2018, including 16 cases in New Taipei City (both Xinzhuang District) and 6 cases in Taichung City. There are 2 cases in Chiayi County, 1 in Taoyuan City and 1 in Kaohsiung City.
If you go out in a popular area, you should take anti-mosquito measures, such as to wear light-colored long-sleeved clothes and pants, and apply the anti-mosquito ointment approved by the Ministry of Health and Welfare to the exposed parts of the body. Local residents return from any areas where the Zika virus infected endemic should watch your health status fo
r two weeks at least. If you have any suspected symptoms such as fever, rash, joint pain, arthritis, conjunctivitis, etc., you should seek medical advice as soon as possible and take the initiative to inform a doctor about the travel history. Within 6 months after leaving the Zika virus epidemic area, avoid to have sexual behavior is advised. Women are advised to delay pregnancy for at least 6 months. Blood donation should be suspended for 28 days to avoid possible transfusion infection.
For more information, please visit the website of the Department of Disease Control (http://www.cdc.gov.tw/) under "International Tourism and Health" and "Introduction to Infectious Diseases / Insect Vectors / Dengue Fever or Zika Virus Infection" Participate, or call the domestic free epidemic prevention line 1922, 0800-001922 or NCTU’s Health Division extension at 31906, Nurse Yao Zhengrong, extension 51108 or Nurse Zhong Mingxi.