Dengue Risk in Santiago de Cuba

HAVANA TIMES, May 27 – The danger of an outbreak of a dengue epidemic persists in Santiago de Cuba, the second most important city in the island, due to the high indices of infestation of the Aedes aegypti mosquito, which transmits that and other diseases, reported the local press. The authorities have mobilized equipment to eliminate the insect’s breeding centres while urging social organizations to join in the eradication campaign, reported IPS.

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After the Rain in Havana, Cuba. By Ryan Dougherty (UK). Camera: iPhone XS Max

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