Spatial Dynamics of Chikungunya Virus, Venezuela, 2014
, Maria Vincenti-Gonzalez1
, Maria E. Grillet2
, Sarah Bethencourt, Oscar Diaz, Noheliz Ojeda, Haydee Ochoa, Maria Auxiliadora Rangel, and Adriana Tami2
Author affiliations: University of Groningen, Groningen, the Netherlands (E. Lizarazo, M. Vincenti-Gonzalez, A. Tami); Universidad Central de Venezuela, Caracas, Venezuela (M.E. Grillet); Universidad de Carabobo, Valencia, Venezuela (S. Bethencourt, A. Tami); Fundación Instituto Carabobeño para la Salud, Carabobo, Venezuela (O. Diaz, N. Ojeda, H. Ochoa, M.A. Rangel)
Figure 2. Reported chikungunya cases during epidemic, Carabobo state, Venezuela, 2014. Black line with open black dots indicates chikungunya cases; red line with open red diamonds, cumulative cases.
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