Kerala, the southern Indian state just recovering from the worst floods in nearly a century, is now battling an outbreak of leptospirosis. At least 66 people have died in the state since Aug. 22 due to the bacterial infection that spreads through the urine of dogs, rodents, and farm animals….
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