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Volume 16, Number 7—July 2010

Research

Zoonotic Transmission of Avian Influenza Virus (H5N1), Egypt, 2006–2009

Amr Kandeel, Serge Manoncourt, Eman Abd el Kareem, Abdel-Nasser Mohamed Ahmed, Samir El-Refaie, Hala Essmat, Jeffrey Tjaden, Cecilia C. de Mattos, Kenneth C. EarhartComments to Author , Anthony A. Marfin, and Nasr El-Sayed
Author affiliations: Ministry of Health, Cairo, Egypt (A. Kandeel, E.A. el Kareem, A.-N. M. Ahmed, S. El-Refaie, H. Essmat, N. El-Sayed); US Naval Medical Research Unit 3, Cairo (S. Manoncourt, H. Essmat, J. Tjaden, C.C. de Mattos, K.C. Earhart, A.A. Marfin); US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, Georgia, USA (A.A. Marfin)

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Residences of 63 case-patients with avian influenza virus (H5N1) infections, Egypt, 2006–2009. 1, Alexandria; 2, Kafr El Sheikh; 3, Gharbia; 4, Menofia; 5, Qalubiya; 6, Behera; 7, Damietta; 8, Dakahlia; 9, Sharkia; 10, Cairo; 11, 6th of October; 12, Suez; 13, Fayoum; 14, Benu Suef; 15, Menia; 16, Assyut; 17, Sohag; 18, Qena; 19, Aswan.

Figure 1. Residences of 63 case-patients with avian influenza virus (H5N1) infections, Egypt, 2006–2009. 1, Alexandria; 2, Kafr El Sheikh; 3, Gharbia; 4, Menofia; 5, Qalubiya; 6, Behera; 7, Damietta; 8, Dakahlia; 9, Sharkia; 10, Cairo; 11, 6th of October; 12, Suez; 13, Fayoum; 14, Benu Suef; 15, Menia; 16, Assyut; 17, Sohag; 18, Qena; 19, Aswan.

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