A Mathematical Model on Chikungunya Disease with Standard Incidence and Disease Induced Death Rate

Meena Mandwariya, Pradeep Porwal, Sandeep Tiwari

Abstract


In this paper, we extend the work of Naowarat, Thongjaem and Tang by introducing the fact that the model follows the disease related deaths. The model equation were solved and obtained equilibrium points of the system and analyzed for stability. It is shown that the stability of the equilibrium points can be controlled by the basic reproduction number of the disease.

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