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Volume 11, Number 4—April 2005

Research

Influenza Outbreak Control in Confined Settings

Ran D. Balicer*†Comments to Author , Michael Huerta*, Yuval Levy*, Nadav Davidovitch*†, and Itamar Grotto*†
Author affiliations: *Israel Defense Forces Medical Corps, Tel-Hashomer, Israel; and; †Ben-Gurion University, Beer Sheva, Israel

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Daily incidence of acute respiratory illness (ARI) cases at base infirmary, by case definition. Shaded segment of bar indicates ARI cases that met the definition of influenzalike illness (ILI) (temperature >37.8°C). Nonshaded segment indicates ARI cases that did not meet the ILI criterion (non-ILI). Arrows: a) vaccination campaign initiation, b) vaccination campaign termination, c) day 14 after campaign initiation.

Figure. Daily incidence of acute respiratory illness (ARI) cases at base infirmary, by case definition. Shaded segment of bar indicates ARI cases that met the definition of influenzalike illness (ILI) (temperature >37.8°C). Nonshaded segment indicates ARI cases that did not meet the ILI criterion (non-ILI). Arrows: a) vaccination campaign initiation, b) vaccination campaign termination, c) day 14 after campaign initiation.

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