Measles Outbreak with Unique Virus Genotyping, Ontario, Canada, 2015
Shari Thomas, Joanne Hiebert, Jonathan B. Gubbay, Effie Gournis, Jennifer Sharron, Alberto Severini, Manisa Jiaravuthisan, Amanda Shane, Valerie Jaeger, Natasha S. Crowcroft, Jill Fediurek, Beate Sander, Tony Mazzulli, Helene Schulz, and Shelley L. Deeks
Author affiliations: Public Health Ontario, Toronto, Ontario, Canada (S. Thomas, J.B. Gubbay, N.S. Crowcroft, J. Fediurek, B. Sander, T. Mazzulli, S.L. Deeks); Public Health Agency of Canada, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada (J. Hiebert, A. Severini); University of Toronto, Toronto (E. Gournis, N.S. Crowcroft, B. Sander, T. Mazzulli, S.L. Deeks); Niagara Region Public Health, Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada (J. Sharron, V. Jaeger); Toronto Public Health, Toronto (M. Jiaravuthisan); Public Health Agency of Canada, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada (A. Shane); University of Manitoba, Winnipeg (A. Severini, H. Schulz)
Figure. Number of measles outbreak cases, by date of rash onset, Ontario, Canada, January 25–March 23, 2015.
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