Number Of Chikungunya Cases In Caribbean Nations Spikes, PAHO Says

CIDRAP News: Chikungunya cases surge in Dominican Republic, Haiti
“Chikungunya infections in Caribbean countries spiked last week, led by quickly growing numbers mainly in the Latin parts of the region, according to the latest update from the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO). … The outbreak of the mosquito-borne disease has now reached 107,424 suspected or confirmed cases…” (Schnirring, 6/2).

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