Isolation of Kyasanur Forest Disease Virus from Febrile Patient, Yunnan, China
Jinglin Wang, Hailin Zhang, Shihong Fu, Huanyu Wang, Daxin Ni, Roger Nasci, Qing Tang, and Guo-Dong Liang
Author affiliations: State Key Laboratory for Infectious Disease Prevention and Control, Beijing, China (J. Wang, S. Fu, H. Wang, D. Ni, Q. Tang, G. Liang); Yunnan Institute of Endemic Disease Control and Prevention, Dali, China (J. Wang, H. Zhang); Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Fort Collins, Colorado, USA (R. Nasci)
Figure 1. Counties in the Hengduan Mountain region of Yunnan Province where Kyasanur Forest disease virus antibody has been detected. 1, Lushuii County, antibody found in 31.6% of humans, 25.5% of birds, and 15.4% of rodents; 2, Yingjiang County, antibody found in 46.7% of humans; 3, Longchuang County, antibody found in 6.4% of humans; 4, Ruili County, antibody found in 7.7% of humans; 5, Mangshi County, antibody found in 32.5% of humans; 6, Shidan County, antibody found in 6.3% of humans; 7, Nanjian County, county in which Nanjianyin virus was found in 1989; 8, Eryuan County, antibody found in 4.9% of birds; 9, Lijiang County, antibody found in 0.7% of humans; 10, Shangri-La County, antibody found in 8.5% of humans.
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