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Chikungunya Brief DCO 29Jul2014

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About details of chikunguniya and its source
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  Announcements  Register for the Monthly Disease Surveillance Trainings to receive CMEs/CNEs:  – Log-on or Request log-on ID/password: https://tiny.army.mil/r/zB8A/CME   – Register for Epi-Tech Surveillance Training: https://tiny.army.mil/r/dVrGO/EpiTechFY14  Communicate with your Service surveillance hub to ensure you get information on future trainings: POC info in chat box  Confirm attendance for today’s training:    – Enter your name/service into chat box or email your Service hub  – You will receive a confirmation email within the next 48 hours; If you do not receive this email, please contact us  PLEASE put your phones on mute when not speaking  Chikungunya Surveillance Presented by: LT Tony H. Hughes, Entomologist, NMCPHC Ms. Asha Riegodedios, Epidemiologist, NMCPHC  Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center 2 Chikungunya Objectives: 1.Chikungunya (CHIK) mosquito vectors: behavior, vector competence and other relevant factors for CHIK surveillance and control. 2.Installation pest and vector management program requirements   and how to enhance those programs for CHIK response. 3.Enhanced clinical surveillance and reporting   recommendations (AFHSC and Service recommendations).  Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center 3 Chikungunya Mosquito Vectors: ã  Aedes aegypti   (yellow fever mosquito). ã  Aedes albopictus  (Asian tiger mosquito). ã Vector identification:
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