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Volume 18, Number 12—December 2012

Research

Outbreak of Influenza A (H3N2) Variant Virus Infection among Attendees of an Agricultural Fair, Pennsylvania, USA, 2011

Karen K. WongComments to Author , Adena Greenbaum, Maria E. Moll, James Lando, Erin L. Moore, Rahul Ganatra, Matthew Biggerstaff, Eugene Lam, Erica E. Smith, Aaron D. Storms, Jeffrey R. Miller, Virginia Dato, Kumar Nalluswami, Atmaram Nambiar, Sharon A. Silvestri, James R. Lute, Stephen Ostroff, Kathy Hancock, Alicia Branch, Susan C. Trock, Alexander Klimov, Bo Shu, Lynnette Brammer, Scott Epperson, Lyn Finelli, and Michael A. Jhung
Author affiliations: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, Georgia, USA (K.K. Wong, A. Greenbaum, R. Ganatra, M. Biggerstaff, E. Lam, A.D. Storms, J.R. Miller, K. Hancock, A. Branch, S.C. Trock, A. Klimov, B. Shu, L. Brammer, S. Epperson, L. Finelli, M.A. Jhung); Pennsylvania Department of Health, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, USA (M.E. Moll, E.E. Smith, J.R. Miller, V. Dato, K. Nalluswami, A. Nambiar, J.R. Lute, S. Ostroff); Allegheny County Health Department, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (J. Lando, S.A. Silvestri); and Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture, Harrisburg (E.L. Moore)

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Epidemic curve, by date of illness onset and case status, for 88 cases of influenza A (H3N2) variant virus infection associated with agricultural Fair A, Pennsylvania, 2011. Day 0 is the first day the fair was open to the public. One suspected case is not shown; the day of illness onset is unknown but <7 days after attending the fair.

Figure. . . . Epidemic curve, by date of illness onset and case status, for 88 cases of influenza A (H3N2) variant virus infection associated with agricultural Fair A, Pennsylvania, 2011. Day 0 is the first day the fair was open to the public. One suspected case is not shown; the day of illness onset is unknown but <7 days after attending the fair.

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