Wednesday, July 18, 2012

Mexican state of Tabasco on cholera alert

Authorities in the Mexican state of Tabasco, at the bottom of the Yucatán peninsula, have joined in the regional alert for the intestinal borne disease, and for the same reason as here: the rising number of cases diagnosed in nearby Cuba. Cuban cholera outbreak has Yucatán health authorities on high alert. Villahermosa is the state capital. For updates on the Cuban outbreak follow MGRR's main story published July 14 (linked just above).

July 30 - A Mexican senator today called upon the federal government to issue a nationwide alert for Dengue. So far, only Yucatán and Tabasco states have done so.

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