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Volume 19, Number 8—August 2013

Research

Duration of Immunity to Norovirus Gastroenteritis

Kirsten Simmons, Manoj Gambhir, Juan Leon, and Ben LopmanComments to Author 
Author affiliations: Rollins School of Public Health, Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia, USA (K. Simmons, J. Leon, B. Lopman); Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta (K. Simmons, B. Lopman); Imperial College London, London, UK (M. Gambhir)

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Figure 3

Norovirus gastroenteritis outbreak patterns from 30 US states, January 2007–April 2010 (white bars) and predicted annualized monthly incidence for all age groups (black line). These results are for model B (which includes presymptomatic and postsymptomatic infectiousness) and, for this illustration, seasonal forcing (32).

Figure 3. . . Norovirus gastroenteritis outbreak patterns from 30 US states, January 2007–April 2010 (white bars) and predicted annualized monthly incidence for all age groups (black line). These results are for model B (which includes presymptomatic and postsymptomatic infectiousness) and, for this illustration, seasonal forcing (32).

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