An outbreak of yellow fever in Angola could go global
May 10, 2016 – The Economist Magazine
Since December, nearly 300 deaths from yellow fever have been reported in Angola. It might get worse: outside the capital, vaccination rates are low. The disease, spread by the Aedes aegypti mosquito, has crossed to Congo and Kenya. Trade and migration mean that its chances of going to Asia are higher than ever before. Once yellow fever is established in a tropical country, it is nearly impossible to eradicate.