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Volume 25, Number 6—June 2019

Using Big Data to Monitor the Introduction and Spread of Chikungunya, Europe, 2017

Joacim RocklövComments to Author , Yesim Tozan, Aditya Ramadona, Maquines O. Sewe, Bertrand Sudre, Jon Garrido, Chiara Bellegarde de Saint Lary, Wolfgang Lohr, and Jan C. Semenza
Author affiliations: Umeå University, Umeå, Sweden (J. Rocklöv, A. Ramadona, M.O. Sewe, W. Lohr); New York University, New York, New York, USA (Y. Tozan); European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control, Stockholm, Sweden (B. Sudre, J. Garrido, C.B. de Saint Lary, J.C. Semenza)

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Top 10 areas where mobility proximity to the 2 chikungunya outbreak zones was highest, Europe, August 2017

Rank Southern Europe
Lazio region
From Var department, France From Lazio region, Italy From Anzio From Rome
1 Alpes-Maritimes Florence Roma Vatican
2 Bouches-du-Rhône Milano Nettuno Fiumicino
3 Torino Napoli Sabaudia Sabaudia
4 Paris Venezia Ardea Civitavecchia
5 Alpes-de-Haute-Provence Paris Civitavecchia Santa Marinella
6 Rhone Barcelona Pomezia Tivoli
7 Hérault Perugia Aprilia Anzio
8 Vaucluse Latina Cisterna Di Latina Ladispoli
9 Barcelona Siena Fondi Pomezia
10 Baeleares Salerno Amatrice Valmontone

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