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Honduras: Fines for Not Destroying Mosquito Breeding Grounds

Dengue fever continues to be a serious health issue in Tegucigalpa, Honduras. David Morán of the blog El Catracho [es] criticizes the decision of the local government to places fines on individuals that do not destroy the places where the mosquitoes breed, saying the money may end being used for campaign expenses and that it unfairly targets the middle class.

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