Volume 26, Number 3—March 2020
Human Exposure to Hantaviruses Associated with Rodents of the Murinae Subfamily, Madagascar
|Site no.||Site||No. positive/total no. participants (%; 95% CI)|
|I||Mangidifoza||1/31 (3.2; 0.1–18.5)|
|II||Atsahatsaka||4/36 (11.1; 3.6–27.0)|
|III||Sahamalotra||3/36 (8.3; 2.1–23.6)|
||2/36 (5.5; 1.0–20.0)
|Total||10/139 (7.2; 3.7–13.2)|
*Results from IgG testing by custom ELISA developed for Anjozorobe virus.
1These first authors contributed equally to this article.
2These authors were co–principal investigators
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