BRUSSELS, August 10, 2016 /PRNewswire/ --
- Game-changer: Play and Share New InteractiveDengue Fever Game
As the Olympic Games kick off in Rio, a new online game is raising awareness of dengue fever - a disease that infects 750,000 in Brazil every year.
Participants must race against dengue fever, learning about its prevalence, transmission and prevention, then challenge their friends to beat their score.
The game carries a serious message. Dengue fever is endemic in Brazil with more than 750,000 cases reported this year in the nine states experiencing an epidemic.
By reducing breeding opportunities for the mosquitoes that spread the disease and using insect repellents, everyone can play their part in preventing its spread.
The launch of the new game follows unveiling of Dengue Track which allows the public to report cases of dengue fever in real time.
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