Epidemiological Bulletin, v. 21, n. 2, Jun. 2000
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IN THIS ISSUE: Outbreak Investigation - A Perspective | Fish mortality in Southeastern Caribbean countries | Meeting of the Regional Advisory Committee on Health Statistics | Update on yellow fever in the Americas | Norms and Standards in Epidemiology: Case Definitions: Dengue fever and Leptospirosis
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A continuing focus of yellow fever in the Apurimac River Valley, Ayacucho, Peru, and the first isolation of yellow fever virus in that country Méndez, Maria R; Calisher, Charles H; Kruger, H; Sipan, F; Sánchez, S; Lazuick, John S (1984)
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