Assessment of Community Event–Based Surveillance for Ebola Virus Disease, Sierra Leone, 2015
, Samuel J. Crowe1
, Joseph Jasperse, Grayson Privette, Erin Stone, Laura Miller, Darren Hertz, Clementine Fu, Matthew J. Maenner, Amara Jambai, and Oliver Morgan
Author affiliations: International Rescue Committee, New York, New York, USA (R. Ratnayake); Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, Georgia, USA (S.J. Crowe, M.J. Maenner, O. Morgan); International Rescue Committee, Freetown, Sierra Leone (J. Jasperse, G. Privette, E. Stone, L. Miller, D. Hertz); Action contre la Faim, Kambia, Sierra Leone (C. Fu); Sierra Leone Ministry of Health and Sanitation, Freetown (A. Jambai)
Figure 1. Nine districts (dark gray shading) where community event–based surveillance for Ebola virus disease was operational, Sierra Leone, February 27–September 30, 2015.
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