Government Health officials in Timor Leste report high dengue fever activity in Dili and surrounding areas during January. Between January 1-23rd, 698 cases were confirmed, compared to 178 reported throughout the country last year over a similar period. Dom Alexio administrative post is the most affected, reporting 345 of the 698 cases. This represents the most complete information available as of January 28th.
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