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Volume 18, Number 9—September 2012

CME ACTIVITY - Research

Effectiveness and Timing of Vaccination during School Measles Outbreak

Axel Antonio Bonačić MarinovićComments to Author , Corien Swaan, Ole Wichmann, Jim van Steenbergen, and Mirjam Kretzschmar
Author affiliations: National Institute for Public Health and the Environment (RIVM), Bilthoven, the Netherlands (A.A. Bonačić Marinović, C. Swaan, J. van Steenbergen, M. Kretzschmar); University Medical Centre Utrecht, Utrecht, the Netherlands (A.A. Bonačić Marinović, M. Kretzschmar); Robert Koch Institute, Berlin, Germany (O. Wichmann); and Leiden University Medical Centre, Leiden, the Netherlands (J. van Steenbergen)

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Figure 6

Measles outbreak size ranges as function of vaccination delay, for models with basic reproduction number R0≈16 (A) and R0≈31 (B) in the same school setting with various baseline vaccination ratios (BVRs). The ranges shown are between the 95th and 50th percentiles of the outbreak size distribution as a function of vaccination delay and are calculated for each BVR indicated.

Figure 6. . . . Measles outbreak size ranges as function of vaccination delay, for models with basic reproduction number R0≈16 (A) and R0≈31 (B) in the same school setting with various baseline vaccination ratios (BVRs). The ranges shown are between the 95th and 50th percentiles of the outbreak size distribution as a function of vaccination delay and are calculated for each BVR indicated.

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