Sustained low-level transmission of Zika and chikungunya viruses following emergence in the Fiji Islands, Pacific.

Publication Type  Journal Article
Year of Publication  2019
Authors  Kama, M.; Aubry, M.; Naivalu, T.; Vanhomwegen, J.; Mariteragi-Helle, T.; Teissier, A.; Paoaafaite, T.; Hue, S.; Hibberd, M.L.; Manuguerra, J.C.; Christi, K.; Watson, C.H.; Nilles, E.J.; Aaskov, J.; Lau, C.L.; Musso, D.; Kucharski, A.J.; Cao-Lormeau, V.M
Journal Title  Emerg Infect Dis
Volume  25
Issue  8
Pages  1535-8
Abstract  

Zika and chikungunya viruses were first detected in Fiji in 2015. Examining surveillance, phylogenetic, and serologic data, we found evidence of low-level transmission of Zika and chikungunya viruses during 2013–2017, in contrast to the major outbreaks caused by closely related virus strains in other Pacific Island countries.

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