Hendra Virus Outbreak with Novel Clinical Features, Australia
Hume E. Field , Kylie Schaaf, Nina Kung, Craig Simon, David Waltisbuhl, Heather Hobert, Frederick Moore, Deborah Middleton, Allison Crook, Greg Smith, Peter Daniels, Ron Glanville, and David Lovell
Author affiliations: Biosecurity Queensland, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia (H. Field, N. Kung, D. Waltisbuhl, A. Crook, R. Glanville); Redlands Veterinary Clinic, Brisbane (K. Schaaf, C. Simon, H. Hobert, D. Lovell); Queensland Health, Brisbane (F. Moore, G. Smith); Australian Animal Health Laboratory, Geelong, Victoria, Australia (D. Middleton, P. Daniels)
Figure 1. Layout of veterinary clinic where outbreak of Hendra virus infection occurred in horses, Australia, 2008. Individual horse stalls and yards are numbered 1–40. All yards are open, with yards 19–22 having a roofed shelter within.
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