Web writing (with HS and JMA)
Friday September 25, 2020 – 5:28 p.m.
A 4th year college student from the Rose Saint-Juste de Trinité college died on Monday (September 21). She had left the establishment three days earlier due to the onset of severe headaches.
A case of dengue fever could have caused the death of a 4th year college student, educated at the Rose Saint-Juste college in Trinité. Last Friday (September 18), she left the facility following a severe headache.
Three days later, she had to be transported to La Trinité hospital. Her serious condition required her to be transported by helicopter to the Maison de la Femme de la Mère et de l’Enfant, but she did not survive.
No communication from the ARS
A first diagnosis made would state a hemorrhagic dengue. But, at this stage, the Regional Health Agency is not communicating on this case.
No more than the Rectorate which set up since Thursday a listening cell with social assistance and a nurse.
The ARS and the CTM disinfection teams must intervene with the college, which suffered an invasion of mosquitoes. This could in particular be linked to the canal alongside the establishment.