Post-Ebola Measles Outbreak in Lola, Guinea, January–June 20151
Jonathan E. Suk
, Adela Paez Jimenez, Mamadou Kourouma, Tarik Derrough, Mamadou Baldé, Patric Honomou, Nestor Kolie, Oularé Mamadi, Kaduono Tamba, Kalaya Lamah, Angelo Loua, Thomas Mollet, Molou Lamah, Amara Nana Camara, and Vladimir Prikazsky
Author affiliations: European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control, Solna, Sweden (J.E. Suk, A.P. Jimenez, T. Derrough, T. Mollet, V. Prikazsky); World Health Organization, Geneva, Switzerland (J.E. Suk, A. Paez Jimenez, T. Derrough, T. Mollet, V. Prikazsky); World Health Organization, Conakry, Guinea (M. Kourouma, M. Baldé, P. Honomou, N. Kolie, O. Mamadi, K. Tamba, K. Lamah, A. Loua); Direction Préfectorale de la Santé, Lola, Guinea (M. Lamah, A. Nana Camara)
Figure. Ebola and measles cases per month in Lola, Guinea, September 2014–June 2015. Ebola data provided by the World Health Organization Global Outbreak Alert and Response Network field team in Lola. Measles data is monthly surveillance data reported by the Direction Préfectorale de la Santé, Lola.
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