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Volume 17, Number 4—April 2011

Dispatch

Secondary and Tertiary Transmission of Vaccinia Virus from US Military Service Member

Gregory E. YoungComments to Author , Christina M. Hidalgo, Ann Sullivan-Frohm, Cynthia Schulte, Stephen Davis, Cassandra Kelly-Cirino, Christina Egan, Kimberly Wilkins, Ginny L. Emerson, Kimberly Noyes, and Debra Blog
Author affiliations: Author affiliations: New York State Department of Health, Buffalo, New York, USA (G.E. Young, C.M. Hidalgo, A. Sullivan-Frohm); New York State Department of Health, Albany, New York, USA (C. Schulte, S. Davis, C. Kelly-Cirino, C. Egan, K. Noyes, D. Blog); Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, Georgia, USA (K. Wilkins, G.L. Emerson)

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Timeline of investigation of secondary and tertiary transmission of vaccinia virus from a US military service member, New York, USA, 2010. NYSDOH, New York State Department of Health; PH, public health; VIG, varicella immune globulin; PMD, private physician; derm, dermatologist.

Figure 1. Timeline of investigation of secondary and tertiary transmission of vaccinia virus from a US military service member, New York, USA, 2010. NYSDOH, New York State Department of Health; PH, public health; VIG, varicella immune globulin; PMD, private physician; derm, dermatologist.

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