Prolonging herd immunity to cholera via vaccination: Accounting for human mobility and waning vaccine effects.
Oral cholera vaccination is an approach to preventing outbreaks in at-risk settings and controlling cholera in endemic settings. However, vaccine-derived herd immunity may be short-lived due to interactions between human mobility and imperfect or waning vaccine efficacy. As the supply and utilizatio...
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Public Library of Science (PLoS)
|Series:||PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases|