Data from: Acute febrile illness and influenza disease burden in a rural cohort dedicated to malaria in Senegal, 2012-2013

Fatoumata Diene Sarr, Mbayame Niang, Diamilatou Thiam, Ndongo Dia, Abdoulaye Badiane, Abdoulaye B. Ndao, Cheikh Sokhna, André Spiegel & Vincent Richard
Background: African populations are considered to be particularly vulnerable to fever illnesses, including malaria, and acute respiratory disease, owing to limited resources and overcrowding. However, the overall burden of influenza in this context is poorly defined and incidence data for African countries are scarce. We therefore studied the fever syndrome incidence and more specifically influenza incidence in a cohort of inhabitants of Dielmo and Ndiop in Sokone district, Senegal. Methods: Daily febrile-illness data were prospectively...
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