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Free Content The decline of dengue in the Americas in 2017: discussion of multiple hypotheses

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Since the 1980s, dengue incidence has increased 30‐fold. However, in 2017, there was a noticeable reduction in reported dengue incidence cases within the Americas, including severe and fatal cases. Understanding the mechanism underlying dengue's incidence and decline in the Americas is vital for public health planning. We aimed to provide plausible explanations for the decline in 2017.
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Keywords: Americas; Amériques; Dengue; decline; dengue; déclin; hypotheses; hypothèses

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: April 1, 2019

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