Bangladesh is experiencing the worst dengue outbreak, which has spread to all 64 districts in the country.

In July 2019, there were more cases reported than in any full year.

In this podcast, I look at the situation a little closer, the numbers, the serotypes, and the protests and criticisms of the government response.


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