Brazil Using Soldiers To Educate São Paulo Neighborhoods About Dengue Control
Wall Street Journal: Brazil City Calls In Army to Fight Dengue
“Brazil’s biggest city has called in the army to help combat a deadly outbreak of dengue fever that has sickened hundreds of thousands of people nationwide. Soldiers will next week begin going door-to-door in some of São Paulo’s hardest-hit neighborhoods to educate residents on fighting mosquitoes, Mayor Fernando Haddad said on Friday…” (Jelmaye/Lewis, 4/17).
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