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Deaths from dengue fever in Paraguay spike to 16 under strained health system

Reuters Friday, 14 February 2020
Paraguay health officials said on Friday that deaths from dengue fever increased to 16 in the South American country's worst outbreak of the disease in the last decade, severely straining its health system.
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