Zoonoses surveillance : Venezuelan equine encephalitis surveillance ; VEE summary no. 9 September 22-30, 1972
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Zoonoses surveillance : Venezuelan equine encephalitis surveillance ; VEE summary no. 9 September 22-30, 1972
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    As of October 1, 1972, the Venezuelan Equine Encephalitis (VEE) outbreak in humans and equines in Sonora, Mexico, has showed signs of being brought under control. there have been no reported equine or human cases of VEE in the United States except the human case in which the patient was exposed outside of the country (See VEE Surveillance Report #8). Surveillance activities by a number of cooperating federal, state, and local agencies to monitor possible VEE activity in mosquitoes and equities in the United States are continuing. SUGGESTED CITATION: Center for Disease Control: Venezuelan Equine Encephalitis Surveillance No. 9, Sept. 22-30, 1972, Issued Oct. 1972
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