Volume 11, Number 2—February 2005
Surveillance and Control Measures after Smallpox Outbreaks
|Adverse event||1st vaccination campaign Jun – Jul†||2nd vaccination campaign Nov – Dec†|
|Auto-inoculation and generalized vaccinia||7.5||7.5|
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