WHO Falls Short Of Dengue Targets As Number Of Cases Rises In Western Pacific Region, Official Says

Xinhua News: WHO falls short of target to fight dengue in Western Pacific: official
“The regional director for the World Health Organization (WHO) in the Western Pacific region said on Monday that the international organization has fallen short of its target to control the spread of dengue, saying the number of dengue cases has more than doubled in recent years…” (10/10).

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