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“Breaking the Chain: Strategies to Stem Adenovirus Spread in Pakistan”
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  • Rayyan Vaid,
  • Afra Sohail,
  • Raam Kumar,
  • Areeba Fareed
Rayyan Vaid
Karachi Medical and Dental College

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Afra Sohail
Karachi Medical and Dental College
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Raam Kumar
Jinnah Sindh Medical University
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Areeba Fareed
Karachi Medical and Dental College
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Adenovirus, a common respiratory pathogen, has witnessed a notable rise in incidence rates across various regions in Pakistan. Utilizing epidemiological data and climate records, this research discerns a potential linkage between the burgeoning adenovirus cases and alterations in regional climate patterns. Through statistical analysis and modeling techniques, the study aims to elucidate the relationship between climatic variables such as temperature, humidity, and precipitation, and the prevalence of adenovirus infections. Understanding these dynamics is crucial for developing effective public health interventions and preparedness strategies to mitigate the impact of adenovirus outbreaks in Pakistan. Furthermore, this research contributes to the broader discourse on the intersection of infectious diseases and climate change, highlighting the need for comprehensive adaptive measures to address emerging health challenges in a changing environment.
18 Mar 2024Submitted to Influenza and other respiratory viruses
18 Mar 2024Submission Checks Completed
18 Mar 2024Assigned to Editor
18 Mar 2024Editorial Decision: Accept