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Volume 10, Number 5—May 2004

Dispatch

Dead Crow Reports and Location of Human West Nile Virus Cases, Chicago, 2002

John T. Watson*†Comments to Author , Roderick C. Jones†, Kevin Gibbs†, and William Paul†
Author affiliations: *Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, Georgia, USA; †Chicago Department of Public Health, Chicago, Illinois, USA

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Dead crow sightings reported to the Chicago nonemergency hotline, by week of report, and human cases of West Nile virus infection, by week of illness onset, Chicago, June 16 (beginning of week 25) through October 12 (end of week 41), 2002. HCMA, high crow-mortality area.

Figure 1. Dead crow sightings reported to the Chicago nonemergency hotline, by week of report, and human cases of West Nile virus infection, by week of illness onset, Chicago, June 16 (beginning of week 25) through October 12 (end of week 41), 2002. HCMA, high crow-mortality area.

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