Dengue: why South America is the global epicenter of a historic outbreak | Infobae

Why are many South American countries seeing such increases in dengue cases? Dr. David Hamer, co-lead of CEID’s Climate Change & One Health research core, tells Latin American newspaper, Infobae, it may be a mix of factors, such as warmer temperatures, more rain due to El Niño weather patterns, & introduction of mosquito genotypes to which locals do not have existing immunity. Read more here.