Dengue and climate changes: Increase of DENV-1 in Sao Paulo/Brazil-2023

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2023
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ELSEVIER SCI LTD
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SALVADOR, Felipe Scassi
NALI, Luiz Henrique da Silva
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TRAVEL MEDICINE AND INFECTIOUS DISEASE, v.56, article ID 102668, 3p, 2023
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Dengue is a vector borne disease caused by virus serotypes DENV-1, DENV-2, DENV-3, and DENV-4, representing a significant public health concern in the Region of the Americas (2,997,097 cases in 2023). This study explores the relationship between dengue incidence and climate changes in the city of Sao Paulo-Brazil. During the first semester of 2023, Brazil reported the highest number of dengue cases in Americas' Region. Our data reveals a correlation between the high temperature and rainfall season persistence and the extension of dengue incidence into the winter season. The findings highlight the importance of understanding the relationship between climate change and disease transmission patterns to develop effective strategies for prevention and control.
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Dengue, Climate changes, Brazil, Sa similar to o paulo, Public health concern
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