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Volume 18, Number 5—May 2012

Research

Transmission Dynamics, Border Entry Screening, and School Holidays during the 2009 Influenza A (H1N1) Pandemic, China

Hongjie Yu1, Simon Cauchemez1, Christl A. Donnelly, Lei Zhou, Luzhao Feng, Nijuan Xiang, Jiandong Zheng, Min Ye, Yang Huai, Qiaohong Liao, Zhibin Peng, Yunxia Feng, Hui Jiang, Weizhong Yang, Yu Wang, Neil M. FergusonComments to Author , and Zijian Feng
Author affiliations: Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention, Beijing, People’s Republic of China (H. Yu, L. Zhou, L. Feng, N. Xiang, J. Zheng, M. Ye, Y. Huai, Q. Liao, Z. Peng, Y. Feng, H. Jiang, W. Yang, Y. Wang, Z. Feng); Imperial College London, London, United Kingdom (S. Cauchemez, C.A. Donnelly, N.M. Ferguson)

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Figure 4

Natural history of influenza A(H1N1)pdm09 virus infection, People’s Republic of China, 2009. A) Distribution of serial intervals among clusters of cases, each with a single index case. B) Incubation period distribution estimated from the 22 persons with identified single-day exposures and the 35 persons with identified multiple-day exposure intervals.

Figure 4. . Natural history of influenza A(H1N1)pdm09 virus infection, People’s Republic of China, 2009. A) Distribution of serial intervals among clusters of cases, each with a single index case. B) Incubation period distribution estimated from the 22 persons with identified single-day exposures and the 35 persons with identified multiple-day exposure intervals.

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1These authors contributed equally to this article.

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