Volume 10, Number 12—December 2004
Human Illness from Avian Influenza H7N3, British Columbia
|Characteristic||Cases (%) (N = 57)|
|Male sex||32 (58)|
|Median age in y (range)||33 (1–68)|
|Received influenza vaccine||36 (65)|
|>2 wk before exposure||12 (22)|
|Farm owner||9 (16)|
|Family member||11 (19)|
|Farm employee||14 (25)|
|Federal worker||12 (22)|
aIncludes confirmed A/H7N3 case.
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