If you said Ebola or Zika, you’d be wrong. Instead, as measured by the potential to cause sickness and death at a global scale, it was an outbreak of yellow fever that many public health officials feared the most. First reported in Angola last winter, it quickly infected more than 7,000 people and caused hundreds of deaths before it was brought under control. Read more
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