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Volume 23, Number 8—August 2017

Dispatch

West Nile Virus Outbreak in Houston and Harris County, Texas, USA, 2014

Diana Martinez, Kristy O. MurrayComments to Author , Martin Reyna, Raouf R. Arafat, Roberto Gorena, Umair A. Shah, and Mustapha Debboun
Author affiliations: Harris County Public Health, Houston, Texas, USA (D. Martinez, M. Reyna, R. Gorena, U.A. Shah, M. Debboun); Baylor College of Medicine and Texas Children’s Hospital, Houston (K.O. Murray); Houston Health Department, Houston (R.R. Arafat)

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Optimized hotspot analysis results showing residential locations of persons who had West Nile virus and their association with positive mosquito hotspots, Houston/Harris County, Texas, 2002–2014. Red “hot” areas represent statistically significant high-risk virus-positive mosquito activity, compared with blue “cold” areas with low risk for positive mosquitoes.

Figure 2. Optimized hotspot analysis results showing residential locations of persons who had West Nile virus and their association with positive mosquito hotspots, Houston/Harris County, Texas, 2002–2014. Red “hot” areas represent statistically significant high-risk virus-positive mosquito activity, compared with blue “cold” areas with low risk for positive mosquitoes.

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