About 2 weeks ago, news media were reporting of some tourists from Iceland who contracted the mosquito-borne virus, Chikungunya while vacationing in Spain.

Turns out the laboratory in Iceland made an error and we finally learn that Chikungunya was not the culprit of the tourist’s illness.

In this short video, I look at the timetable.

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