Published in TB and Outbreaks Week, May 28th, 2002
There were no more than 6000 cases reported nationwide in the first 2 weeks of April compared with 100,000 cases in February and 60,000 cases in March, Barjas Negri said.
"If this keeps up we will end April with only 10,000 or so reported cases," Negri told reporters. "The epidemic is under control but we have to remain alert that this doesn't happen again next summer."
The most common form of dengue causes severe headaches and joint pains but is usually not deadly and most sufferers recover...
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