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Genotyping Results United States
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US Genotyping Results 2006

State First & last
rash date
Comments No. cases identified
CA 1/27/06 D8 Import: India 1
NM 1/23/06 D6 Import: Ukraine 1
IN 1/18/06 D6 Import: Ukraine 1

US Genotyping results 2000-2004

Measles Update (USA)

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US Genotyping Results 2005

State First & last
rash date
Comments No. cases identified
TX 12/04-12/10/05 B3 Travel to Cabo San Lucas 3
WA 11/16/05 D4 Import: Romania 1
NJ 11/09/05 B3 Import: Kenya 1
WA 8/20/05 D4 Inter’l conference: Paris 1
MI 8/16/05 D4 Import: Yemen 1
IN 5/16-6/23/05 D4 Import: Romania 33
IL 5/26/05 D4 Spread from IN 1
WI 4/16/05 D4 Import: Germany 2
NY 2/26/05 D8 Import: India 1
AZ 1/17/05 D6 Import: Armenia 1
NY 1/10/05 D8 Import: India 1
NY 1/2/05 D9 Import: Indonesia 1


Other sources of information for Measles surveillance
item Pan American Health Organization

Central Public Health Laboratory, UK

item Canada: Laboratory Centre for Disease Control
item Chile: Surveillance
item World Health Organization
Measles Initiative
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