More Than 3M Dengue Fever Cases Reported In Latin America This Year

Al Jazeera: Dengue fever crisis grips Latin America
“Dengue fever cases are soaring in Latin America, all the way from Mexico to Chile. The mosquito-borne illness has become one of the most common reasons for hospitalization. More than three million cases — a figure six times higher than the previous year — were reported in Latin America last year and the upward trend is continuing…” (Rampietti, 3/17).

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