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Volume 13, Number 7—July 2007

Historical Review

Influenza Pandemics in Singapore, a Tropical, Globally Connected City

Vernon J. Lee*†‡Comments to Author , Mark I. Chen*, Siew Pang Chan*, Chia Siong Wong*, Jeffery Cutter§, Kee Tai Goh§, and Paul Anath Tambyah¶#
Author affiliations: *Tan Tock Seng Hospital, Singapore; †National Healthcare Group, Singapore; ‡Ministry of Defence, Singapore; §Ministry of Health, Singapore; ¶National University of Singapore, Singapore; #National University Hospital, Singapore;

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Figure 1

All-cause monthly mortality rates, Singapore, 1917–1919.

Figure 1. All-cause monthly mortality rates, Singapore, 1917–1919.

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