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Rhode Island Latest to Report Case of Chikungunya Fever

Several cases of the little known virus have been reported across several states in the U.S.
02:09 | 06/14/2014

Transcript for Rhode Island Latest to Report Case of Chikungunya Fever

We start with a health alert. The tiny mosquito causing big concerns. New cases of a virus with no known cure being reported this morning in six states, and worries that it could become as rev lent in... See More
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