[T] The World Cup as Communicable Disease Vector

If you’re anything like me, and heaven help you if you are, you’re enjoying the World Cup, but wondering about its economic implications in terms of developed vs developing countries’ performance, and, most importantly, thinking “Gosh, so many people from so many places spending so much time in one place — I bet a lot of people are going to come home with … like Rift Valley Fever, or something.”

So, on that latter point, a nice graphic of the World Cup as communicable disease vector. Click through for a live(r) version.

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  1. Willie says:

    I cannot tell a lie, that rellay helped.