Trends of Human Plague, Madagascar, 1998–2016
, Patrice Piola12
, David M. Wagner, Fanjasoa Rakotomanana, Viviane Maheriniaina, Samuel Andrianalimanana, Suzanne Chanteau3
, Lila Rahalison4
, Maherisoa Ratsitorahina, and Minoarisoa Rajerison
Author affiliations: Institut Pasteur, Antananarivo, Madagascar (V. Andrianaivoarimanana, P. Piola, F. Rakotomanana, S. Chanteau, L. Rahalison, M. Rajerison); Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, Arizona, USA (D.M. Wagner); Ministry of Public Health, Antananarivo (V. Maheriniaina, S. Andrianalimanana, M. Ratsitorahina)
Figure 4. Geographic distributions of bubonic plague (A), pneumonic plague (B), and infection clusters (C), Madagascar, 1998–2016.
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