51 Dead In Angolan Yellow Fever Outbreak, Health Official Says

Reuters: More than 50 killed in Angola yellow fever outbreak: government
“Fifty-one people have now died in a yellow fever outbreak in Angola, less than two months after it started spreading in the capital, the national director of health said. Health experts say the outbreak has been exacerbated by a breakdown in sanitation services and rubbish collection in Luanda and other cities, leading to an increase in the mosquitoes that carry the disease…” (Coroado/Mapenzauswa, 2/15).

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