Sources of persistent malaria transmission in a setting with effective malaria control in eastern Uganda: a longitudinal, observational cohort study

Individuals with asymptomatic infections were important drivers of malaria transmission. School-aged children contributed to more than half of all mosquito infections, with a small minority of asymptomatic children being highly infectious. Demographically targeted interventions, aimed at school-aged children, could further reduce transmission in areas under effective vector control. The Lancet Infectious Diseases

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