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Computational Ecology and Software, 2022, 12(2): 54-66
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The impact of media coverage on the dynamics of vector-borne diseases

Aadil Hamid1, Poonam Sinha2
1Department of Mathematics, Jiwaji University, Gwalior-474011, India
2Department of Mathematics, Govt. S.M.S, Science College, Gwalior-474009, India

Received 31 January 2022;Accepted 8 March 2022;Published 1 June 2022
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Abstract
In this paper, the impact of media coverage on the transmission of vector borne diseases has been investigated. The model exhibits two equilibria: a disease-free and a unique endemic equilibrium. The model is analyzed using Hurwitz criterion and Geometric approach. The numerical simulations of model reveals that, the effects of media coverage on the transmission of vector-borne disease endemic may decrease the peak value of the infectives or the average number of the infectives in different cases.

Keywords vector-borne diseases;media coverage;global stability;numerical simulation.



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