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After a serious outbreak of dengue fever in the Chinatown area of Bangkok in which a man died, the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration came in to fumigate the area and advice locals on possible breeding ground of mosquitos. Here they inspect the bathroom of the house where the man died. 2019 was the worst dengue fever epidemic on record. A combination of dengue fevers year-on-year cycle and a changing climate saw Southeast Asia hit with hundreds of thousands of cases pushing government programs and health systems, both private and public, to the limit. The hardest hit were the poor who were often forced in to a cycle of debt in dealing with the disease.
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2019-10-09
Luke Duggleby/Redux/Redux Pictures/East News
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