Not clear whether dengue fever really slowing down in Tainan: CDC
Taipei, Sept. 21 (CNA) Taiwan's southern city of Tainan has seen the first slowdown in the number of newly reported daily cases of dengue fever after the epidemic surged for 14 consecutive weeks, but whether this indicates a steady decline will need to be watched over the next three weeks, the Central Epidemics Command Center said on Monday.
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