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Volume 8, Number 3—March 2002

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Epidemiologic Features of Four Successive Annual Outbreaks of Bubonic Plague in Mahajanga, Madagascar

Pascal Boisier*†Comments to Author , Lila Rahalison*, Monique Rasolomaharo‡, Maherisoa Ratsitorahina*, Mahafaly Mahafaly‡, Maminirana Razafimahefa‡, Jean-Marc Duplantier§, Lala Ratsifasoamanana¶, and Suzanne Chanteau*
Author affiliations: *Institut Pasteur, World Health Organization Collaborating Center for Plague, Antananarivo, Madagascar; †Hopital d'Instruction des Armees Robert Picque, Bordeaux, France; ‡Androva Hospital, Mahajanga, Madagascar; §Institut de Recherches pour le Developpement, Antananarivo, Madagascar; ¶Plague National Control Programme, Ministry of Health, Antananarivo, Madagascar;

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Figure 3

Mean air temperatures and month-distribution of laboratory-confirmed cases of bubonic plague, Mahajanga, Madagascar, since 1995.

Figure 3. Mean air temperatures and month-distribution of laboratory-confirmed cases of bubonic plague, Mahajanga, Madagascar, since 1995.

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