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Prior to 1981 Africa Surveillance for dengue in Africa was exceptionally poor during the 20th century, with the disease rarely being reported. Prior to the 1980s, the last recorded epidemic was in Durban, South Africa, in 1927/28. , 1971), but major outbreaks were not reported. However, reports of epidemic dengue fever have increased dramatically since 1980. , 1994). The 2009 epidemic of DENV-3 in the Cape Verde Islands, with over 17,000 cases, was the first reported in those islands. , 2011). While surveillance for reported cases is still poor in the countries themselves, the global GeoSentinel surveillance system and recent increased travel has 1981–2012 Fig.
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