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Indonesia's Dengue Fever Death Toll Hits 408

Indonesia’s dengue fever outbreak has killed more than 400 people this year and the number of cases could keep rising, health officials said on Wednesday. A spokesman for the Health Ministry said the death toll from dengue since the start of the year was 408 people, with 29,643 cases across the archipelago. Thomas Suroso, director for animal-borne diseases at the Health Ministry, said infections had started to decline in some parts of Indonesia, but Jakarta was still one of a number of trouble spots with growing cases. Full Story

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