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Vesicular stomatitis in South America: description of data taken from the continental vesicular disease surveillance system

, : Vesicular stomatitis in South America: description of data taken from the continental vesicular disease surveillance system. Proceedings of an international conference on vesicular stomatitis, Mexico City, 24-27 September 1984: 23-83

In Peru there were 103 outbreaks of vesicular stomatitis between 1981 and 1984, 79 of which were caused by Indiana type virus and the remainder by New Jersey virus. In Ecuador there were 42 outbreaks in the same period, 23 caused by Indiana and 19 by New Jersey virus. Colombia experienced 699 outbreaks in this period, 246 caused by Indiana and 453 by New Jersey virus. There were 37 outbreaks in Venezuela, all but one caused by New Jersey virus.

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