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Travelers can prevent dengue
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    National Center for Zoonotic, Vector-Borne and Enteric Diseases (U.S.). Division of Vector Borne Infectious Diseases.
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    What is dengue? -- Who is at risk? -- You can prevent dengue -- Protect your children -- Protect the area where you are staying -- Prevent mosquito bites -- If you think you have dengue -- Protect yourself from dengue when you travel.

    Your child or family member might have dengue. It is important for you to carefully watch them because dengue can rapidly become severe between the third and seventh day of illness when the fever is going away. Your doctor can order tests to determine if your sick family member has dengue.

    Keep the name and telephone number of your doctor available, and call if you have questions.

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