Health officials in the Philippines announced a national emergency this week after a record 106,630 cases of dengue fever
Secretary of Health, Francisco Duke III, issued the alert on Monday after pointing to several regions that are experiencing the 85% of the disease compared to last year's figures.
"From January 1 to June 29 this year, most cases were from Western Visa (13,164), Calabarson (11,474), Central Visa (9,199), Sotscarchgen (9,107), and Northern Mindanao (8,739). the statement of the Ministry of Health.  Philippine Düther says he was once angry with his former wife  "Dengue cases nationwide already reach a cumulative figure of 1
The increase in cases usually comes every 3-4 years, the last known increase being in 2016, Duke said, making the forecast for this year.
According to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, dengue is common to more than 100 countries and an average of about 400 million people will be infected with the disease every year. Of this number, 100 million will get sick and 22,000 will die of the infection.
The virus is usually spread by biting from an infected mosquito.
CLICK HERE TO RECEIVE FOX NEWS APP Symptoms include nausea, vomiting, rashes, pains and pains. There is no known medicine or medicine for the disease.
Health authorities have warned the public to implement the "4S strategy" that encourages them to "search for and destroy mosquito breeding sites." It also advises them to wear long sleeves and carry repellent insects, and if there are any symptoms, they should immediately consult a doctor.