Re-emergence of dengue in Reunion, France, January to April 2012

Publié le 17 Mai 2012
Mis à jour le 09 Septembre 2019

Since January 2012, 20 autochthonous cases of dengue virus (DENV) infection have been identified in Réunion. The first cases were detected on the western coast, but the two co-circulating viruses (DENV-1 and DENV-3) seemed to have spread later to different cities of the island. There is a non-negligible risk of increase in viral transmission over the following weeks, so health professionals and public health authorities in Réunion are preparing to face a potential epidemic.

Auteur : Larrieu S, Dehecq JS, Balleydier E, Jaffar MC, Michault A, Vilain P, Leparc Goffart I, Polycarpe D, Filleul L
Eurosurveillance, 2012, vol. 17, n°. 20, p. pii=20173