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Health officials in Thailand are urging the public to take precautions against mosquito bites, with dengue fever likely to become more prevalent this year. Dr. Opart Karnkawinpong from the Department of Disease Control says the number of dengue infections decreased in the last 2 years, primarily as a result of people staying home during the pandemic. However, the mosquito-borne illness is expected to become more widespread this year. Since January 1, 193 people have contracted dengue fever, with 2 patients, a 37-year-old and a 40-year-old, dying from the illness. According to a Thai PBS World report, the patients are thought […]

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Ain’t a day that goes by without using my  REPEL 40% deet! I still have about 20 bottles !

Next year gonna have to bring over another batch from the states! Strong stuff and cheap! Can’t get strong deet up here in my neck of the rice patties.image.thumb.jpg.bbda5d0f51a92c9ca94a82339fba9bfa.jpg

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