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Volume 19, Number 12—December 2013

CME ACTIVITY - Synopsis

Epidemiologic Investigations into Outbreaks of Rift Valley Fever in Humans, South Africa, 2008–2011

Brett N. ArcherComments to Author , Juno Thomas, Jacqueline Weyer, Ayanda Cengimbo, Dadja E. Landoh, Charlene Jacobs, Sindile Ntuli, Motshabi Modise, Moshe Mathonsi, Morton S. Mashishi, Patricia A. Leman, Chantel le Roux, Petrus Jansen van Vuren, Alan Kemp, Janusz T. Paweska, and Lucille Blumberg
Author affiliations: National Institute for Communicable Diseases–National Health Laboratory Service (NICD-NHLS), Johannesburg, South Africa (B.N. Archer, J. Thomas, J. Weyer, A. Cengimbo, C. Jacobs, S. Ntuli, P.A. Leman, C. le Roux, P. Jansen van Vuren, A. Kemp, J.T. Paweska, L. Blumberg); University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa (J. Thomas, L. Blumberg); NICD-NHLS–School of Health Systems and Public Health, University of Pretoria, South Africa (D.E. Landoh, M. Modise, M. Mathonsi, M. S. Mashishi); Ministère de la Santé, Lomé, Togo (D.E. Landoh).

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The spatial frequency distribution of human laboratory-confirmed Rift Valley fever cases by administrative local municipality by year, South Africa (SA), 2008–2011 (N = 302).

Figure 2. The spatial frequency distribution of human laboratory-confirmed Rift Valley fever cases by administrative local municipality by year, South Africa (SA), 2008–2011 (N = 302).

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