Dengue in Bangladesh: assessment of the influence of climate and under-reporting in national incidence
Dengue occurs in many tropical countries, despite substantial effort to control the Aedes mosquitoes that transmit the virus. The majority of the burden occurs in the South-East Asian Region of the World Health Organization. Bangladesh is a lower-middle income country located in South Asia, with strong seasonal weather variation, heavy monsoon rainfall, and high population density. Dengue has been endemic in Bangladesh since an epidemic in 2000. ...[Show more]
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