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Volume 21, Number 8—August 2015

Dispatch

Geographic Distribution and Expansion of Human Lyme Disease, United States

Kiersten J. KugelerComments to Author , Grace M. Farley, Joseph D. Forrester, and Paul S. Mead
Author affiliations: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Fort Collins, Colorado, USA

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United States counties with high incidence of Lyme disease by the period when they first met the designated high-incidence criteria, 1993–2012. High-incidence counties were defined as those within a spatial cluster of elevated incidence and those with >2 times the number of reported Lyme disease cases as were expected (based on the population at risk).

Figure. United States counties with high incidence of Lyme disease by the period when they first met the designated high-incidence criteria, 1993–2012. High-incidence counties were defined as those within a spatial cluster of elevated incidence and those with >2 times the number of reported Lyme disease cases as were expected (based on the population at risk).

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