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[Correspondence] Yellow fever: the Pacific should be prepared

We can anticipate the emergences of arboviruses, even if predicting them with high accuracy is impossible.1 Countries infested with Aedes (Stegomyia) aegypti mosquitoes should be prepared for detection, prevention, surveillance, and clinical management of disease transmitted by A aegypti,1 especially those diseases causing severe and fatal infections and for which effective preventive measures exist, such as safe and affordable vaccines.