The researchers randomly selected 290 households in Puerto Rican communities that had AGO trap interventions and 349 households in communities without AGO traps. 175 household members from intervention communities and 152 from non-intervention communities were enrolled in the study. 3% were seropositive for chikungunya virus in communities with AGO traps whereas 48. 7% were positive for chikungunya virus in communities without traps. 1% were seropositive for chikungunya virus in the intervention communities and 43.
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