So far there are 72 cases in Quilmes and La Plata, bur there are thousands in the northern provinces so its wise to prepare a bit for it just in case and avoid mosquitoes as much as possible.
I already have a few months worth of repellent tablets and 3 cans of repellent (insect repellent is cheap guys, pick some extra next time you go to the supermarket)
Guys in Florida and Southeast USA, this is something you might want to look into.
This is the type of mosquito that spreads dengue. If there’s Dengue in your area, watch out for mosquitoes with white spots in the legs.
*keep the lawn mowed around the house.
*Don’t leave cans, old pots or tires that may collect water unattended, everywhere where water gathers, the mosquito reproduces itself.
*Eat lots of vitamin B and B1. It makes your sweat smell bad to mosquitoes and you get bit a lot less (humans don’t detect this).
They found out about this in Ecuador if I’m remembering correctly.
Read this article:
U.S. Plague Prep: Experts Recall West Nile in Fight Against Dengue Fever
While Arias admits a dengue outbreak could occur, particularly in the South, he quickly insists that “the way we live does not encourage dengue.” While Americans' reliance upon air conditioning already minimizes chances of coming in contact with dengue, Arias says, the preventative steps are much as the same as for West Nile: insect repellent, water disposal to prevent mosquito breeding and the like.
The article was written in January 18, 2008.
Keep in mind that "the way we live" may change a bit in the not so distant future, when things get a bit more "3rd worldly".