26 Nov 2015

Public Health England publishes dengue report: 2014

2014 report of dengue in England, Wales and Northern Ireland associated with travel Public Health England publishes dengue report: 2014

On 26 November 2015, Public Health England (PHE) published its Dengue annual report: 2014

In 2014, as in previous years, the majority of dengue cases reported in England, Wales and Northern Ireland were associated with travel to Southern and South-Eastern Asia, with Thailand and India being the most frequently reported countries of travel. Of interest in 2014 was the unusual increase in cases associated with travel to Malaysia (28 compared with 16 in 2013) and Tanzania (nine compared with two in 2013).


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