No. IgM tests for acute DENV infection are not sufficiently accurate to be acceptable evidence for the purposes of vaccination. These tests may be falsely positive as a result of other flavivirus infections that may cause similar symptoms (such as Zika).
Acceptable evidence of acute infection with DENV is either a positive dengue RT-PCR test result, or a positive dengue NS1 antigen test result.
Visit CDC’s website on laboratory testing requirements for vaccination with Dengvaxia for additional information: www.cdc.gov/dengue/vaccine/hcp/testing.html.