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Volume 18, Number 3—March 2012

Dispatch

Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza (H5N1) Outbreaks in Wild Birds and Poultry, South Korea

Hye-Ryoung Kim, Youn-Jeong Lee, Choi-Kyu Park, Jae-Ku Oem, O-Soo Lee, Hyun-Mi Kang, Jun-Gu Choi, and You-Chan BaeComments to Author 
Author affiliations: Animal, Plant and Fisheries Quarantine and Inspection Agency, Anyang, South Korea

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Progress of highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) outbreak by time, South Korea, 2010–2011. A) HPAI-positive cases identified from samples collected November 26–December 28, 2010 (wild birds, 6 cases). B) Cases identified by January 4, 2011 (wild birds, 10 cases; poultry, 2 cases). C) Cases identified by January 11, 2011 (wild birds, 13 cases; poultry, 23 cases). D) Cases identified by May 16, 2011 (wild birds, 20 cases; poultry, 53 cases). Blue circles indicate locations where HPAI viruses w

Figure 1. Progress of highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) outbreak by time, South Korea, 2010–2011. A) HPAI-positive cases identified from samples collected November 26–December 28, 2010 (wild birds, 6 cases). B) Cases identified by January 4, 2011 (wild birds, 10 cases; poultry, 2 cases). C) Cases identified by January 11, 2011 (wild birds, 13 cases; poultry, 23 cases). D) Cases identified by May 16, 2011 (wild birds, 20 cases; poultry, 53 cases). Blue circles indicate locations where HPAI viruses were isolated from wild birds; red circles indicate locations where HPAI viruses were isolated from poultry.

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