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Volume 26, Number 11—November 2020
Synopsis

Measuring Timeliness of Outbreak Response in the World Health Organization African Region, 2017–2019

Benido ImpoumaComments to Author , Maroussia Roelens, George Sie Williams, Antoine Flahault, Claudia Torres Codeço, Fleury Moussana, Bridget Farham, Esther L. Hamblion, Franck Mboussou, and Olivia Keiser
Author affiliations: World Health Organization Regional Office for Africa, Brazzaville, Congo (B. Impouma, G. Williams, F. Moussana, B. Farham, E.L. Hamblion, F. Mboussou); Institute of Global Health, University of Geneva, Switzerland (M. Roelens, A. Flahault, O. Keiser); Fundacao Oswaldo Cruz Ringgold Standard Institution, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (C.T. Codeço)

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Geographic distribution of substantiated disease outbreaks selected in study of timeliness of key outbreak milestones in the WHO African Region, 2017–2019. CCHF, Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever; WHO, World Health Organization. cVDPV2, circulating vaccine-derived poliovirus type 2

Figure 2. Geographic distribution of substantiated disease outbreaks selected in study of timeliness of key outbreak milestones in the WHO African Region, 2017–2019. CCHF, Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever; WHO, World Health Organization. cVDPV2, circulating vaccine-derived poliovirus type 2

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