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    Great post.Very well documented. Another epidemic hit Mauritius in 2006, the chikungunya, which is a viral fever spread by mosquitoes. Unfortunately, much of the knowledge accumulated over the years fighting malaria have become rusty and the population had to be taught again the basic precautions. But the fight against chikungunya successfully mounted (especially to preserve the touristic image of the country) and has been very successful: there are no reported case this year.

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