Dengue Epidemic -- Puerto Rico, January-July 2010

Feliciano, L. Gonzalez; Deseda, C.; Tomashek, K. M.; Munoz-Jordan, J.; Hunsperger, E.; Padro, O.; Santiago, L. M.; Soto, E.; Perez, J.; Rodriguez, R.; Seda, H.; Barrera, R.; Arguello, D. F.; Margolis, H.; Rivera, A.
July 2010
MMWR: Morbidity & Mortality Weekly Report;7/23/2010, Vol. 59 Issue 28, p878
The article focuses on the dengue epidemic in Puerto Rico from January 1-July 15, 2010.


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