Volume 25, Number 9—September 2019
Bombali Virus in Mops condylurus Bats, Guinea
|Location||Date||Species, no. tested (no. positive)
|Total trapped||Mops condylurus||Chaerephon pumilus||Chaerephon cf. major|
|Yalenzou||2018 May 4||26||26 (2)||0||0|
|Gbao||2018 May 2||1||0||1||0|
|Yalenzou||2019 Mar 2||30||30||0||0|
|Bololowee†||2019 Mar 3||11||11||0||0|
|N’Zerekore, school||2019 Mar 5||47||27 (1)||0||20|
|N’Zerekore, house||2019 Mar 6||23||1||0||22|
|N’Zerekore, gazebo||2019 Mar 7||5||0||0||5|
||2019 Mar 17
*All bats were collected in N’Zerekore Prefecture, Guinea, except as indicated, and were tested by reverse transcription PCR for Bombali virus.
‡Madina Oula Prefecture, Guinea.
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