2019 Cook Islands dengue fever outbreak

The Cook Islands Dengue Fever Outbreak refers to the Dengue fever outbreak in the Cook Islands beginning sometimes in January 2019, declared an outbreak after seven were detected with varying stages. The Ministry of Health stated one was allegedly from French Polynesia. To date there are 50 cases of type one dengue fever though it is under control, according to Minister of Health Josephine Herman. 29 cases have been hospitalised but no deaths are reported. This was relatively new, as the last dengue fever outbreak was in 2009; this specific serotype of DENV-1 in 2007.