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CDC guidance now excludes destinations above 6,500 feet, as Aedes mosquitoes are rare in those areas.
An alarming number of countries are reporting cases, as clinicians find more links to microcephaly and other neurologic complications.
Cases include the first in Mexico and Grenada and two locally acquired infections in Venezuela.
(CIDRAP News) – Global health officials have noted sharp rises in the number of dengue fever cases in recent months, particularly in Latin American, Caribbean, and Asian countries where the disease is endemic.
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