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Topic - David Wong
The rustic tent cabins of Yosemite National Park _ a favorite among families looking to rough it in one of the nation's most majestic settings _ have become the scene of a public health crisis after two visitors died from a rodent-borne disease following overnight stays.
"We're discussing whether to do that and how to do that," said Dr. David Wong, chief of the epidemiology branch of the National Park Service Office of Public Health.
"We are seeing more than one person who got it in a narrow space and time," he said. "It makes us wonder why, and those are questions we don't have the answers to."