2018
DOI: 10.18203/2394-6040.ijcmph20184552
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Relationship between epidemiologic surveillance with geo-climatic variables during Zika outbreak in Guerrero State, Mexico 2016

Abstract: Background: Zika like dengue and chikungunya represent public health problems. Cases of ZIKV infection are emerging in the Americas, from Argentina spread until Brazil and Colombia, later entry to Mexico and managed to establish itself in most of the states.Methods: The cases (2016-2017) of epidemiological surveillance of the first outbreak of Zika in Guerrero were used. The incidence rates (IR) for each municipality were estimated (cases/100 000 inhabitants) to develop the first maps at the municipal and stat… Show more

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