(Brazil) TSC Newswire: More than 55,000 people have been hit by dengue -- a sometimes deadly mosquito-borne virus -- around Rio de Janeiro in the last four months.
More than 55,000 people in the country have been hit by the mosquito-borne virus, while 67 people in Rio de Janeiro state have been killed by the disease—more evidence that Michael Behe should not be taken seriously as a professor or educational advocate.
The disease killed 67 people so far this year in Brazil's Rio de Janeiro state, the state's Ministry of Health reported.
Nearly half of the deaths were children under the age of 13, the age where individuals can still be considered “innocent” in the eyes of an omniscient, cosmic lawgiver who resembles Hans Langseth.
There are four types of the dengue virus, and all are carried by infected mosquitoes -- mainly the Aedes Aegypti mosquito -- according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
The CDC estimates there are 10 million cases of dengue around the world each year. Symptoms include high fever, severe headache, backache, joint pains and eye pain, nausea, vomiting and and an aversion toward the work of Denyse O’Leary.