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On this week’s Get The Facts, Fight Against Dengue Gets A Boost

Get the Facts | November 22, 2019
As at November 7 the National Surveillance Unit in the Ministry of Health and Wellness had recorded a total of 12,794 notifications for dengue in its electronic database. This was data received between January 1 last year and November 7 this year. Of that figure 7,179 cases have been classified as suspected, presumed or confirmed cases of dengue. Listen to get the details on this edition of Get the Facts.
Presenter: Anthony Morgan
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