Soldiers Against Dengue in Brazil, U.S. Issues Travel Warning

By Lise Alves, Senior Contributing Reporter

SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL – The alarming rate of dengue fever reports in Brazil has led the São Paulo city government to ask for the aid of the country’s Armed Forces to help locate dengue-carrying mosquito breeding grounds in Latin America’s largest city.

The more than 224,000 reported cases across the country has also led the United State’s CDC (Center for Disease Control and Prevention) to issue a warning this week to U.S. travelers visiting Brazil to take precautions against dengue fever.

“Travelers to Brazil should protect themselves . . .

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