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» One month into 2016 and there's already been lots of signs that this is going to be another tough year for both global and national public health. First, let's just start with the Department of Disease Control's forecast that there will be another major dengue outbreak this year in Thailand, with the number of infected cases nationwide expected to reach 7,500 per month. In rainy season, monthly figures could skyrocket to 25,000.
» Water tanks and bottled drinking water have suddenly become Thailand's most sought-after items as the country's drought crisis exacerbates. Late last month, the Provincial Waterworks Authority announced that this year's average rainfall is the lowest it has been in 30 years, meaning that the current drought is also worse.
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