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Plague is an emerging and re-emerging neglected disease of poor communities in which poverty and health service delivery is disproportionately offered especially in remote areas of Africa.
In Tanzania for the period commencing 1953 to 2003, a total of 8956 plague cases with 731 (8.2%) deaths, were reported from ten districts in the country.
However, the relative roles of each species of flea and rodents in the epidemiology of the disease in the country remain to be established.
In order to enhance sustainable development in these communities and improve the living standards of the people there is need to establish systems and protocols to verify the presence of the plague foci by using fleas and rodents which are the main vectors and hosts in humans respectively.To enhance this the study was established.
Benezeth Lutege Karatu District Veterinary Officer,Department Of Livestock And Fisheries Development Disease Control And Surveillance Unit.
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