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Fig. 5 | Theoretical Biology and Medical Modelling

Fig. 5

From: A mathematical model for Zika virus transmission dynamics with a time-dependent mosquito biting rate

Fig. 5

Effects of reducing the mosquito population size. a The percentage of reduction in total number of ZIKV infections when the mosquito control strategy was implemented for a duration of 30 days and started at a different time. The x-axis indicates a month (from the 1st - 11th month of 2015) in which the intervention was started. Each curve shows the result when different percentages of population size reduction were implemented. b The percentage of reduction in total number of ZIKV cases when the intervention was started at January 2015 and was implemented for a different length of time. The x-axis indicates the length of time in which the intervention was implemented, and each curve shows the result when different percentages of mosquito population size reduction were implemented

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