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  • fig. S1. Distribution of contact locations (including the home residence) reported by each confirmed case of DENV.
  • fig. S2. Results from local space-time interaction test, showing the contact locations and significant space-time links found within prespecified windows of 100 m and 20 days.
  • fig. S3. DENV transmission chains.
  • fig. S4. The cumulative number of confirmed symptomatic cases of DENV reported (blue) and the cumulative number of targeted indoor residual sprays performed (orange) during the 2008–2009 outbreak that affected the metropolitan Cairns area, Australia.
  • fig. S5. Distribution of interventions performed in Cairns in response to the 2009 DENV-3 epidemic: TIRS with pyrethroid insecticides, the placement of lethal A. aegypti ovitraps, and community education (State Emergency Service).
  • fig. S6. Temporal distribution of the number of locations analyzed in the Cox proportional hazards model evaluating the impact of TIRS on dengue transmission.
  • fig. S7. Spatial distribution of locations analyzed in the Cox proportional hazards model evaluating the impact of TIRS on dengue transmission.
  • fig. S8. Number of secondary dengue cases spatiotemporally linked to locations TIRS-sprayed or not sprayed at all (control).
  • fig. S9. Form used by Queensland’s medical general practitioners reporting suspected or confirmed cases to the Tropical Public Health Unit.
  • fig. S10. Dengue case report forms used by the Tropical Public Health Unit nurses to interview suspected or confirmed dengue cases (and their contacts) and ascertain the locations visited while viremic and, ultimately, the most likely place of transmission (called “acquired where” in the form).

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