Brazil’s “D-Day” to fight dengue fever

World Today

In their fight to control a raging outbreak of dengue fever, health officials in Brazil have declared Saturday, March 2, “D-Day.” More than one million cases of dengue have been confirmed since the start of the year, and at least 214 people have died from the disease.

CGTN’s Lucrecia Franco reports on the new campaign aims to educate the public on preventing the further spread of dengue.