Outbreak: Dengue fever

Curtis, Jennifer Keats; Herndon, David
May 1997
Travel & Leisure;May97, Vol. 27 Issue 5, p116
Presents tips for avoiding dengue fever. Disposal of stagnant water or trash-ridden urban environments; Use of deet repellent; Proper usage of clothing and equipments in avoiding dengue fever; Use of Permethrin-impregnated mosquito netting; Medical consultations.


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