Reemergence of Human and Animal Brucellosis, Bulgaria
Gianluca Russo1 , Paolo Pasquali1, Roumiana Nenova, Tsviatko Alexandrov, Stanislav Ralchev, Vincenzo Vullo, Istituto Superiore di Sanità, and Todor Kantardjiev
Author affiliations: Sapienza University, Rome, Italy (G. Russo, V. Vullo); Istituto Superiore di Sanità, Rome (P. Pasquali, G. Rezza); National Veterinary Medical Service, Sofia, Bulgaria (T. Alexandrov, S. Ralchev); National Center for Infectious and Parasitic Diseases, Sofia (R. Nenova, T. Kantardjiev)
Figure 2. Human and animal cases of brucellosis in Bulgaria, 1992–2007. In Bulgaria, during 1992–2004, a total of 22 human cases and 0 animal cases of brucellosis were recorded; during 2005–2007, a total of 105 human cases and 635 animal cases of brucellosis were recorded.
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