Reemergence of Rabies in Chhukha District, Bhutan, 2008
Basant Sharma, Navneet K. Dhand, Nilkanta Timsina, Michael P. Ward1 , and Tenzin
Author affiliations: Author affiliations: The University of Sydney, Camden, New South Wales, Australia (Tenzin, N.K. Dhand, M.P. Ward); Regional Livestock Development Centre, Gelephu, Bhutan (Tenzin); Regional Livestock Development Centre, Tshimasham, Bhutan (B. Sharma, N. Timsina)
Figure 1. A) Bhutan, with the Chhukha district enclosed. B) The 11 subdistricts of Chukhha district. 1, Dala; 2, Bongo; 3, Bjachho; 4, Genata; 5, Sampheling; 6, Phuentsholing; 7, Logchina; 8, Dungna; 9, Geling; 10, Metap; 11, Chapcha. Gray shading indicates the study areas (1–3); triangles (▲) indicate locations of rabies outbreaks.
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