Number Of Plague Cases Rises In Madagascar; WHO Warns Of Wider Spread Following Flooding

Reuters: Plague cases rise in Madagascar, fear of more epidemics: WHO
“Plague has killed 57 people out of 213 known cases in Madagascar and more deaths are feared after recent flooding forced tens of thousands of people from their homes and set rats on the run, the World Health Organization said on Tuesday…” (Nebehay, 1/27).

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