Outbreak of West Nile Virus Infection in Greece, 2010
Kostas Danis , Anna Papa, George Theocharopoulos, Georgios Dougas, Maria Athanasiou, Marios Detsis, Agoritsa Baka, Theodoros Lytras, Kassiani Mellou, Stefanos Bonovas, and Takis Panagiotopoulos
Author affiliations: Hellenic Centre for Disease Control and Prevention, Athens, Greece (K. Danis, G. Theocharopoulos, G. Dougas, M. Athanasiou, M. Detsis, A. Baka, T. Lytras, K. Mellou, S. Bonovas, T. Panagiotopoulos); Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Thessaloniki, Greece (A. Papa); National School of Public Health, Athens (T. Panagiotopoulos)
Figure 2. Incidence per 100,000 population of 197 reported cases of West Nile neuroinvasive disease, by township of residence, Greece, July–October 2010. Districts with >1 reported neuroinvasive cases were divided into townships. Dark black lines indicate borders of Central Macedonia (north) and Thessalia (south).
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