By: Emma Christensen
What it is
How its spread
How its treated
People are in insect netting because they have Dengue Fever and they want no more mosquito's biting them.
This person has a rash because they got Dengue Fever. This is not one of the severe rashes, there are a lot worse.
This is the kind of mosquito that carries around the virus to people.
Most epidemics are from the 1779 and 1780. In 1907 Dengue Fever was the second disease ( after Yellow Fever ) to be cause by a virus. The first stir/outbreak was in 1735.
Most of he outbreaks occurred simultaneously in Asia, Africa, and North America. The first big spread out was in Africa around the the 16th and 17th century.
In early times it was caused by exports and imports that ships carried to other countries.
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