Hidden 'super spreaders' spur dengue fever transmission

For mosquito-borne diseases such as dengue fever, the abundance of the insects in places where people gather has long served as the main barometer for infection risk. A new study, however, suggests that the number of ‘hidden’ infections tied to a place, or cases of infected people who show no symptoms, is the key indicator for dengue risk.

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Source: ScienceDaily