Dengue Cases In Japan Show International Travel Likely Spreads Virus

Bloomberg News: Dengue Fever in Japan Shows Global Spread Through Travel
“When Japan identified its first local case of dengue in 70 years last month, it became the latest in a string of countries to battle the tropical fever. The most likely importers of the disease: international travelers…” (Matsuyama, 9/15).

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