Dengue Continues To Spread In Delhi; DW Examines Efforts To Develop Effective Vaccine

Associated Press: Indian capital struggles to control dengue fever outbreak
“…[E]fforts to stop mosquitoes from spreading dengue fever in New Delhi have failed to keep the city from its biggest outbreak in almost two decades: more than 10,190 registered cases, including 32 deaths. Experts say it didn’t need to be this way, and blame health officials for being slow on both prevention work and medical response…” (Daigle/Jain, 10/19).

Deutsche Welle: Dengue Fever in India
This audio report examines the dengue outbreak in India, prevention and treatment challenges, and efforts to develop an effective vaccine (Krishnan, 10/19).

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