Assessment of Economic Burden of Concurrent Measles and Rubella Outbreaks, Romania, 2011–2012
, Denisa Janta, Aurora Stanescu, Sarah S. Pallas, Adriana Pistol, Nino Khetsuriani2
, Susan Reef, Daniel Ciurea, Cassandra Butu, Aaron S. Wallace, and Laura Zimmerman
Author affiliations: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, Georgia, USA (J. Njau, S.L. Pallas, S. Reef, A.S. Wallace, L. Zimmerman); National Public Health Institute, Bucharest, Romania (D. Janta, A. Stanescu, A. Pistol); Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Tbilisi, Georgia (N. Khetsuriani); Center for Health Policies and Services, Bucharest (D. Ciurea); World Health Organization Country Office, Bucharest (C. Butu)
Figure. Reported cases of measles and rubella during concurrent outbreaks, Romania, 2011–2012. Values reflect revision of official case counts after analysis was completed.
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