Climate change blamed for Portugal’s “probable” first case of West Nile virus

Portugal News: Experts are warning that climate change could heighten the risk of surges of infectious diseases more common to warmer climates, such as the West Nile virus or Malaria, in Europe. Last weekend the National Health Board (DGS) confirmed an investigation was taking place into a "probable case of West Nile Virus" in Portugal. DGS general sub-director José Robalo said this week that the disease had still not been confirmed, but there is a "great probability" that it would ......

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