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Liew C, Yung CF
Correspondence: Dr Yung Chee Fu, email@example.com
This report describes the chikungunya cases and local transmission detected in Brunei Darussalam for the first time, despite the country being situated in a region that has experienced a multitude of outbreaks over the years. A combined strategy of active case detection, patient isolation and vector control measures was deployed in an attempt to avert further transmission. The findings have important public health implications for international surveillance and control strategies for this re-emerging disease.
Keywords: Brunei, chikungunya, transmission
Singapore Med J 2012; 53(4): e66–e68