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As Bhutan nears malaria elimination, imported malaria through cross-border human mobility has emerged as major source of transmission. This report highlights key epidemiological characteristics of imported infections and the need to strengthen targeted surveillance and response interventions by the national elimination program to achieve elimination and sustain it.

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J Travel Med

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Bhutan, elimination, epidemiology, imported, malaria, surveillance