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[Comment] Licensed chikungunya virus vaccine: a possibility?

Arthropod-borne viruses (arboviruses) are some of the most important human pathogens in the world yet developing countermeasures to them is challenging and rarely leads to licensed products. A small number of arbovirus vaccines, including yellow fever and Japanese encephalitis vaccines, have long been used to prevent disease.1,2 In 2016, a dengue vaccine was licensed to aid the control of dengue virus infections, which are responsible for an estimated 2 million severe disease cases and 21 000 deaths each year.