Climate Changes Likely to Impact Yellow Fever Burden in Africa


This study provided new modeling estimates from the Imperial College London and the World Health Organization, which show changes in Africa's temperatures and rainfall could boost deaths from yellow fever by 25% by 2050. 

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Katy AM Gaythorpe, Arran Hamlet, Laurence Cibrelus, Tini Garske, Neil M Ferguson

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eLife

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