Volume 9, Number 5—May 2003
Planning against Biological Terrorism: Lessons from Outbreak Investigations
|Agent||Frequency||% of investigations (n = 1,099)|
|Unknown infectious agenta
|Viral hemorrhagic fever virus
aIn these cases, the outbreak was considered to be caused by an infectious agent because of the characteristics of the illness and outbreak.
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