|Super Models Get Dengue Fever in Japan|
|by Tom McGregor||Thu, Sep 4, 2014, 12:08 AM|
Japanese super models Saaya and Eri Aoki have been struck by the Dengue Fever during a photo shoot in Tokyo.
The Daily Telegraph of London reports that, "Japan is struggling to contain the nation's first outbreak of dengue fever in nearly 70 years, with the source of the illness traced back to mosquitoes in one of Tokyo's most popular public parks."
Tokyo's Yoyogi Park appears to be 'ground zero' for the Dengue Fever plague striking Japan.
According to the Telegraph, "The health ministry confirmed on Wednesday that 11 more people had been infected with the virus while visiting Yoyogi Park. The illness causes a sudden fever, head and muscle pains and rashes and, in severe cases, can cause severe bleeding that can be life-threatening."
The two super models were stricken by the Dengue Fever when they visited Yoyogi Park.
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