Control of Foot-and-Mouth Disease during 2010–2011 Epidemic, South Korea
Jong-Hyeon Park , Kwang-Nyeong Lee, Young-Joon Ko, Su-Mi Kim, Hyang-Sim Lee, Yeun-Kyung Shin, Hyun-Joo Sohn, Jee-Yong Park, Jung-Yong Yeh, Yoon-Hee Lee, Min-Jeong Kim, Yi-Seok Joo, Hachung Yoon, Soon-Seek Yoon, In-Soo Cho, and Byounghan Kim
Author affiliations: Animal, Plant and Fisheries Quarantine and Inspection Agency, Anyang, South Korea (J.-H. Park, K.-N. Lee, Y.-J. Ko, S.-M. Kim, H.-S. Lee, Y.-K. Shin, H.-J. Sohn, J.-Y. Park, J.-Y. Yeh, Y.-H. Lee, M.-J. Kim, Y.-S. Joo, H. Yoon, S.-S. Yoon, I.-S. Cho, B. Kim); Univeristy of Incheon, Incheon, South Korea (J.-Y. Yeh)
Figure 1. . . Progress of foot-and-mouth disease transmission throughout South Korea during 2010–2011 outbreak. Circles indicate cases in swine at index farms; black dots, cases in cattle. A timeline of case detection is provided in online Technical Appendix (wwwnc.cdc.gov/EID/article/19/4/1-1320-Techapp1.pdf). IC, Incheon; GG, Gyeonggi; GW, Gangwon; CN, Chungnam; CB, Chungbuk; GB, Gyeongbuk; GN, Gyeongnam; JN, Jeonnam; JB, Jeonbuk; DG, Daegu.
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