Texas fears grow over health crises from Harvey floods

As the floodwaters recede, concern is growing over public health problems which could linger for months.

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    Parts of southern Texas are slowly drying out after the devastation caused by Hurricane Harvey.

    But as the floodwaters recede, concern is growing over public health problems which could linger for months.

    Al Jazeera's Allen Schauffler reports from Houston.


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