Officials Worry About Dengue Fever Risk During Brazil World Cup

New York Times: With World Cup in Brazil, Risk of Spreading a Virus
“Public health authorities are worried about a confluence of events set to happen soon: Brazil is suffering the world’s worst epidemic of dengue fever, with 1.4 million cases last year. And the country is about to play host to the World Cup, which attracts tourists by the millions…” (McNeil, 5/19).

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