Genomic characterization of Rift Valley Fever Virus and co-circulating zoonotic pathogens from human samples from selected  sites in Kenya



Human Rift Valley Fever (RVF) infections in Kenya and in the East African region at large are being detected more frequently over wide geographical areas.

Areas of concern:

➢ Occurrence in new areas and at times not necessarily associated with heavy rains.

➢ Human infections on the increase in the last decade.

➢ What virus lineage/lineages are responsible?


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