Interepidemic Rift Valley Fever Virus Seropositivity, Northeastern Kenya
A. Desiree LaBeaud*† , Eric M. Muchiri‡, Malik Ndzovu‡, Mariam T. Mwanje‡, Samuel Muiruri‡, Clarence J. Peters§, and Charles H. King†
Author affiliations: *Rainbow Babies and Children’s Hospital, Cleveland, Ohio, USA; †Case Western Reserve University Center for Global Health and Diseases, Cleveland; ‡Ministry of Health, Nairobi, Kenya; §University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, Texas, USA;
Figure 1. Photographs depicting differences between sublocations in northeastern Kenya. Sogan-Godud (A) has more permanent dwellings and stores with tin-roofed buildings. Gumarey (B) has more semipermanent traditional dwellings and animal grazing areas.
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