Barbara Knust1, Zhumagul B. Medetov1, Kakimzhan B. Kyraubayev, Yekaterina Bumburidi, Bobbie Rae Erickson, Adam MacNeil, Stuart T. Nichol , Baurzhan S. Bayserkin, and Kenes S. Ospanov
Author affiliations: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, Georgia, USA (B. Knust, Y. Bumburidi, B.R. Erickson, A. MacNeil, S.T. Nichol); Kazakhstan Ministry of Health, Almaty, Kazakhstan (Z.B. Medetov, K.B. Kyraubayev, B.S. Bayserkin, K.S. Ospanov).
Figure 1. Reported Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever (CCHF) cases and reported tick bites in Southern Kazakhstan Oblast, Kazakhstan, April 23–October 22, 2009 (A) and March 11–October 28, 2010 (B), and reported tick bites and fevers in persons who registered a tick bite in the previous 14 days by week, April 23–October 22, 2009 (C), and March 11–October 28, 2010 (D).
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