Volume 13, Number 4—April 2007
Hantavirus and Arenavirus Antibodies in Persons with Occupational Rodent Exposure, North America
|State||No. persons exposed*|
|District of Columbia||2|
*No. persons who worked with rodents in the state or in the District of Columbia. Of the persons in the study, 468 had worked with rodents in >1 state within the contiguous United States.
†States that have reported ≥1 case of hantavirus pulmonary syndrome to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention through September 19, 2006 (see www.cdc.gov/ncidod/diseases/hanta/hps/noframes/epislides /episl7.htm).
‡States in which neotomine or sigmodontine rodents are known to be naturally associated with Bear Canyon virus, Tamiami virus, or Whitewater Arroyo virus.
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