West Nile Virus Lineage 2 from Blood Donor, Greece
Anna Papa , Constantina Politis, Athina Tsoukala, Aikaterini Eglezou, Vassiliki Bakaloudi, Maria Hatzitaki, and Katerina Tsergouli
Author affiliations: Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Thessaloniki, Greece (A. Papa, K. Tsergouli); National Coordinating Haemovigilance Centre of the Hellenic Centre for Disease Control and Prevention, Athens, Greece (C. Politis); AHEPA University General Hospital Blood Centre, Thessaloniki (A. Tsoukala, V. Bakaloudi); Papanikolaou General Hospital Blood Bank, Thessaloniki (A. Eglezou); Koutlibaneio General Hospital Blood Centre, Larissa, Greece (M. Hatzitaki)
Figure A1. A) Region of Greece where West Nile virus (WNV) was found. B) Residence of the blood donor from whom WNV was isolated (yellow pin) and places where WNV-positive Culex pipiens mosquitoes were collected (red pins).
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