Ebola Hemorrhagic Fever Associated with Novel Virus Strain, Uganda, 2007–2008
Joseph F. Wamala
, Luswa Lukwago, Mugagga Malimbo, Patrick Nguku, Zabulon Yoti, Monica Musenero, Jackson Amone, William Mbabazi, Miriam Nanyunja, Sam Zaramba, Alex Opio, Julius J. Lutwama, Ambrose O. Talisuna, and Sam I. Okware
Author affiliations: Ministry of Heath, Kampala, Uganda (J.F. Wamala, L. Lukwago, M. Malimbo, M. Musenero, J. Amone, S. Zaramba, A. Opio, J.J. Lutwama, A.O. Talisuna, S.I. Okware); World Health Organization Country Office, Kampala (Z. Yoti, W. Mbabazi, M. Nanyunja); African Field Epidemiology Network Secretariat, Kampala (P. Nguku)
Figure 1. Major towns in Uganda. Districts and major towns share the same names. Green shading, national parks; red lines, main roads; blue shading, perennial lakes.
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