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Volume 23, Number 4—April 2017

Dispatch

Surveillance and Testing for Middle East Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus, Saudi Arabia, April 2015–February 2016

Abdulaziz A. Bin Saeed, Glen R. AbediComments to Author , Abdullah G. Alzahrani, Iyad Salameh, Fatima Abdirizak, Raafat Alhakeem, Homoud Algarni, Osman A. El Nil, Mutaz Mohammed, Abdullah M. Assiri, Hail M. Alabdely, John T. Watson, and Susan I. Gerber
Author affiliations: Ministry of Health, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia (A.A. Bin Saeed, A.G. Alzahrani, I. Salameh, R. Alhakeem, H. Algarni, O.A. El Nil, M. Mohammed, A.M. Assiri, H.M. Alabdely); Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, Georgia, USA (G.R. Abedi, F. Abdirizak, J.T. Watson, S.I. Gerber).

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Figure 2

Number persons tested and percent positive for Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus, Saudi Arabia, April 1, 2015–February 1, 2016.

Figure 2. Number persons tested and percent positive for Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus, Saudi Arabia, April 1, 2015–February 1, 2016.

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