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Volume 18, Number 2—February 2012

Letter

Rapid Diagnosis of Pandemic (H1N1) 2009 in Cuba

Belsy AcostaComments to Author , Alexander Piñón, Odalys Valdés, Clara Savón, Amely Arencibía, Elías Guilarte, Gonzalez Grehete, Suset Oropesa, Gonzalez Guelsys, Bárbara Hernández, Angel Goyenechea, Mayra Muné, Vivian Kouri, María G. Guzmán, and Alina Llop
Author affiliations: Instituto Pedro Kourí, Havana, Cuba

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Figure A1

Influenza test results from weekly national summary, Havana, Cuba, epidemiologic week 1, 2009–epidemiologic week 34, 2010.

Figure A1. Influenza test results from weekly national summary, Havana, Cuba, epidemiologic week 1, 2009–epidemiologic week 34, 2010.

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