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Spatial and temporal dynamics of dengue fever in Peru: 1994–2006
Epidemiology and Infection
The weekly number of dengue cases in Peru, South America, stratified by province for the period 1994-2006 were analysed in conjunction with associated demographic, geographic and climatological data. Estimates of the reproduction number, moderately correlated with population size (Spearman r=0 . 28, P=0 . 03), had a median of 1 . 76 (IQR 0 . 83-4 . 46). The distributions of dengue attack rates and epidemic durations follow power-law (Pareto) distributions (coefficient of determination >85%, P<0doi:10.1017/s0950268808000290 pmid:18394264 fatcat:wolccosbobf4tfvqu3gu2bgisu