West Nile Fever Outbreak in Horses and Humans, Spain, 2010
Ignacio García-Bocanegra , Juan A. Jaén-Téllez, Sebastián Napp, Antonio Arenas-Montes, Manuel Fernández-Morente, Vicente Fernández-Molera, and Antonio Arenas
Author affiliations: University of Córdoba, Córdoba, Spain (I. García-Bocanegra, A. Arenas-Montes, A. Arenas); Consejería de Agricultura y Pesca, Sevilla, Spain (J.A. Jaén-Téllez, M. Fernández-Morente, V. Fernández-Molera); and Centre de Recerca en Sanitat Animal, Barcelona, Spain (S. Napp)
Figure. Spatial distribution of West Nile virus–infected horse herds (gray dots), virus-negative horse herds (white dots), and human cases (black dots) in Andalusia (southern Spain) at the end of 2010.
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