Nepal is reeling from an unprecedented dengue outbreak

Climate change may be making the Himalayan nation hospitable to disease-carrying mosquitoes

mosquito fumigation

As Nepal records at least 9,000 cases of dengue amid an unprecedented outbreak of the disease, workers are fumigating areas of Kathmandu against the mosquitoes that carry the disease.

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