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Dengue Fever: An Emerging Infectious Disease in The Bahamas
International Journal of Bahamian Studies
Dengue fever, an emerging infectious disease, is increasing in prevalence in many geographic regions, including the Caribbean. It is the most common arboviral (vector-borne) disease in the world, and infects more that 50 million people annually worldwide. The etiological agent of dengue fever is one of four serotypes of the dengue virus (DENV1-DENV4). The infection is transmitted via a human-mosquito-human route, when one or more species of the Aedes mosquito takes a blood meal from an infecteddoi:10.15362/ijbs.v17i2.155 fatcat:z44hsutwprbu7bs5xhqcj6glkm