Infographic: Zika in Singapore & Malaysia

Infographic: Zika in Singapore & Malaysia

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Take a look as this visual timeline of how Zika has affected Singapore and Malaysia so far.
19 Sep 2016 - General
It is a very informative illustration and timeline of invasion of Zika virus to Singapore and then Malaysia. It seems like the number of people infected is not exponentially increased rapidly. But, the number of confirmed cases is always an underestimated of the true amount of cases in the community, as some people infected with Zika virys may be asymptomatic or with minimal symptoms. With the ease of global traveling, the spreading of Zika virus is inevitable. Apart from transmission by the ...
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This infographic is definitely helpful. As Alex Ngai said some people must feel fatigued from constant updates. The progression of Zika in Singapore and Malaysia doesn't look all too bad and I would like remain hopeful that this can be controlled soon. Here in the Philippines we have 6 documented cases of Zika with the 5th and 6th cases spaced out from May to September. It is sporadic here. Fingers crossed th...
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As with the earlier timeline article, having a straightforward infographic makes it even easier for people to see at one glance the progression of the outbreak without having to read through a thousand words.

After the initial flurry of reports, I won't be surprised if there are certain members of the public who are feeling fatigued from constant updates on this virus, especially when the majority of the population is not expected to suffer serious symptoms from infection.
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