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Volume 9, Number 4—April 2003

Dispatch

Scrub Typhus in the Torres Strait Islands of North Queensland, Australia

Antony G. Faa*, William J.H. McBride†Comments to Author , Gaynor Garstone‡, Robert E. Thompson*, and Peter Holt*
Author affiliations: *Thursday Island Hospital, Queensland, Australia; †Cairns Base Hospital, Queensland, Australia; ‡Darnley Island Health Centre, Queensland, Australia

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Figure 2

Map of Torres Strait islands showing areas of scrub typhus transmission, Darnley and Murray Islands, Torres Strait, 2000–2001.

Figure 2. Map of Torres Strait islands showing areas of scrub typhus transmission, Darnley and Murray Islands, Torres Strait, 2000–2001.

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