According to the world health organization the number of cases for your parasitic disease has more than doubled in the last decade. And Dengue outbreaks are ramped. The UN health agency is urging countries to act now. Dengue fever is a disease spread by mosquitoes found in sub-tropical climates, such as in the Fort Lauderdale area and throughout South Florida. Over half a (500,000) million people world wide are hospitalized each year with no specific treatment or vaccine available.
What are businesses doing in South Florida doing to try to prevent the spread of diseases; and particularly in times of economic downturn? Are our local Fort Lauderdale or Pembroke Pines area food establishments doing enough to stop the spread of disease? Are they insuring that their businesses are not breeding grounds to the spread of parasitical diseases? Are they securing their water sites? Is our garbage being properly discarded and cared for in effort to reduce the number of mosquitoes? Are they enforcing proper washing techniques? Does the cooking staff at restaurants truly wash after using the rest room?
At a meeting in Geneva on October 15, 2010 the world health organization resolved that the misery and disability caused by chronic infectious diseases or tropical diseases is not only controllable but can be substantially reduced. The report focused on 17 neglected tropical diseases that thrive in impoverish settings and substandard environments riddled with filth and disease spreading insects and animals.
Realistically, these types of diseases, which have often been accepted as part of the misery of being poor, are now working their way into more of the general population through more frequent contact – predictably through employment. Florida’s legislature needs to seriously address these workplace and housing related work issues and how they can effectively impact the citizens of our state for the better.
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