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Re: dengue fever 40,000 cases

Postby Feef » 04 Dec 2015, 15:56

jesus80 wrote:My building's parking lot has been sprayed recently. I almost die there... may be I'm a mosquito and I just didn't realized it...

How's now the situation in Tainan? I wanted to go there but I didn't because of the dengue breakout...


It's fine. Well, I'm still alive anyway. Think three of my friends got it over the last few months, floored them each for a week or so, but haven't heard of anyone getting it recently. Not seen any buildings sprayed for a while either, seems the action has moved to Kaohsiung.
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Re: dengue fever 40,000 cases

Postby Icon » 23 Dec 2015, 10:58

Though I like my sunny Christmas, I cannot help but worry about the dengue situation. Here in Taipei, mosquitos are still having a ball. A pal up in Tianmu says her hubby kills up to 20 mosquitos a night! I overhear them occasionally in Xindian but I got the chemical bombs all around set to exterminate.

In the ol country, they have like 2 cases a day, and "summer"/less rain season is just starting. Here in Taiwan, it is still like 20 a day, last I read.
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