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Based on experiences from earlier dengue outbreaks, the Pacific Region is in the early stage of an epidemic wave for dengue, chikungunya and Zika viruses that is likely to continue for several years


Eurosurveillance, Volume 19, Issue 41, 16 October 2014

Table of Contents

Rapid communications

Concurrent outbreaks of dengue, chikungunya and Zika virus infections – an unprecedented epidemic wave of mosquito-borne viruses in the Pacific 2012–2014
Perspectives

European Antibiotic Awareness Day: a five-year perspective of Europe-wide actions to promote prudent use of antibiotics
Surveillance and outbreak reports

Decreased varicella and increased herpes zoster incidence at a sentinel medical deputising service in a setting of increasing varicella vaccine coverage in Victoria, Australia, 1998 to 2012
Letters

Letter to the Editor: Caution needed when using gridded meteorological data products for analyses in Africa
Authors’ reply: Station data and modelled climate data in Africa
News

First European guidelines on syndromic surveillance in human and animal health published

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