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A Nosocomial Outbreak of Human Monkeypox in the Central African Republic

Abstract : Abstract An outbreak of familial monkeypox occurred in the Central African Republic in 2015/2016 by 3 transmission modes: familial, health care–related, and transport-related. Ten people (3 children and 7 adults) were infected. Most presented with cutaneous lesions and fever, and 2 children died. The viral strain responsible was a Zaire genotype strain.
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Emmanuel Nakoune, Emmanuel Lampaert, Séverin Gervais Ndjapou, Carole Janssens, Isabel Zuniga, et al.. A Nosocomial Outbreak of Human Monkeypox in the Central African Republic. Open Forum Infectious Diseases, Oxford University Press, 2017, 4 (4), pp.ofx168. ⟨10.1093/ofid/ofx168⟩. ⟨pasteur-03516016⟩

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