Thanks to IJDH for tweeting the link to this report in The Global Dispatch: Chikungunya: More cases reported in St. Vincent, Haiti records first cases. Excerpt:
The chikungunya epidemic has spread to the Dominican Republic in March with thousands of cases recorded since that time. Now the other country that makes up the island of Hispaniola, Haiti, has recorded their first cases of the mosquito borne virus.
According to a Prensa Latina report this week, The Haitian Ministry of Public Health has confirmed the first cases of Chikungunya fever in Haiti, with 20 people reportedly affected by the disease. According to Corvil Salomon, head of the Epidemiology Department for Service and Surveillance, six suspicious cases were reported in Leogane, 32 kilometers south of the capital city.
The rest of the cases are from Drouillard, Croix-des-Pres and Monovil, located in the West department, along with Port-au-Prince.
Prensa Latina published its report on April 29, but I find nothing about these cases in HaitiLibre.com or on the website of the Ministry of Public Health and Population.