Vector-Borne and Zoonotic Infectious Diseases

Infectious diseases that transmit through hosts or vectors are known as zoonotic and vector-borne diseases (VBZD). Vector-borne illnesses like Dengue, malaria, and Lyme disease are spread from one host to another by insects like ticks, mosquitoes, or mites. These pathogens can spread from person to person or from animal to person. frequently with a vector that is more virulent for the virus.

Zoonotic diseases including avian flu, animal flu, anthrax, and bird flu can pass from animals to humans through interaction with other animals or through vectors that carry zoonotic infections from animals to humans. Despite the rarity of many disease-carrying vectors, including those that transmit malaria, yellow fever, dengue, and murine typhus, other disease-carrying vectors are climate-vulnerable, and environmental changes brought on by climate change are likely to have an impact on the occurrence and spread of these diseases.

  • Wildlife biology
  • Bacterial, rickettsial, viral, and parasitic zoonoses
  • Vector-borne diseases

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