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Volume 4, Number 4—December 1998

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Rotavirus

Umesh D. ParasharComments to Author , Joseph S. Bresee, Jon R. Gentsch, and Roger I. Glass
Author affiliations: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, Georgia, USA

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Figure 5

Average time of peak rotavirus activity in the contiguous 48 states, United States, July 1991 to June 1997. This contour plot was derived using the median value for time of peak activity for each laboratory. The surveillance system and analytic methods used to create this map are described in greater detail in (15). + indicates location of laboratories participating in the surveillance system.

Figure 5. Average time of peak rotavirus activity in the contiguous 48 states, United States, July 1991 to June 1997. This contour plot was derived using the median value for time of peak activity for each laboratory. The surveillance system and analytic methods used to create this map are described in greater detail in (15). + indicates location of laboratories participating in the surveillance system.

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