Westward Spread of Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza A(H7N9) Virus among Humans, China
, Wei Shi1
, Lei Zhang1
, Yi Xu, Jing Xu, Shen Li, Junjun Zhang, Kan Hu, Chaofeng Ma, Xiang Zhao, Xiyan Li, Feng Liu, Xin Tong, Guogang Zhang, Pengbo Yu, Oliver G. Pybus, and Huaiyu Tian
Author affiliations: Beijing Normal University, Beijing, China (Q. Yang, X. Tong, H. Tian); Shaanxi Provincial Centre for Disease Control and Prevention, Xi’an, China (W. Shi, L. Zhang, Y. Xu, J. Xu, S. Li, F. Liu, P. Yu); Xianyang Centre for Disease Control and Prevention, Xianyang, China (J. Zhang); Baoji Centre for Disease Control and Prevention, Baoji, China (K. Hu); Xi’an Centre for Disease Control and Prevention, Xi’an (C. Ma); Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention, Beijing (X. Zhao, X. Li); Chinese Academy of Forestry, Beijing (G. Zhang); University of Oxford, Oxford, UK (O.G. Pybus)
Figure 2. Geographic distribution of the avian influenza A(H7N9) viruses isolated in Shaanxi Province, China, 2016–2017 (solid circles), and of HPAI H7N9 viruses detected in other provinces of China (open circles).
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