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Hurricane-battered Caribbean now faces health peril

Caribbean islands battered by Hurricane Irma now face a mighty task: preventing the rampant spread of disease as hospitals and clinics struggle to function and microbe-spreading mosquitoes and rats multiply. Ciro Ugarte, health emergencies director for the Pan American Health Organization coordinating the Caribbean response, spelt out the scale of the trials ahead. - Challenge No.
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