Skip directly to search Skip directly to A to Z list Skip directly to page options Skip directly to site content

Volume 19, Number 2—February 2013

Synopsis

Lessons and Challenges for Measles Control from Unexpected Large Outbreak, Malawi

Andrea MinettiComments to Author , Matthew Kagoli, Agnes Katsulukuta, Helena Huerga, Amber Featherstone, Hazel Chiotcha, Delphine Noel, Cameron Bopp, Laurent Sury, Renzo Fricke, Marta Iscla, Northan Hurtado, Tanya Ducomble, Sarala Nicholas, Storn Kabuluzi, Rebecca F. Grais, and Francisco J. Luquero
Author affiliations: Author affiliations: Epicentre, Paris, France (A. Minetti, H. Huerga, D. Noel, S. Nicholas, R.F Grais, F.J. Luquero); Ministry of Health, Lilongwe, Malawi (M. Kagoli, A. Katsulukuta, S. Kabuluzi); Médecins Sans Frontières, Lilongwe (A. Featherstone, H. Chiotcha, C. Bopp); Médecins Sans Frontières, Paris, France (L. Sury, N. Hurtado); Médecins Sans Frontières, Brussels, Belgium (R. Fricke, T. Ducomble); Médecins Sans Frontières, Barcelona, Spain (M. Iscla)

Main Article

Figure 2

Measles cumulative attack rates (ARs) by district and weekly incidence, in Malawi, 2010. A) Malawi. The white area is Malawi Lake. Asterisks indicate districts in which children were vaccinated. B) Northern Region. C) Southern Region. D) Central Region.

Figure 2. . Measles cumulative attack rates (ARs) by district and weekly incidence, in Malawi, 2010. A) Malawi. The white area is Malawi Lake. Asterisks indicate districts in which children were vaccinated. B) Northern Region. C) Southern Region. D) Central Region.

Main Article

TOP