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Volume 27, Number 2—February 2021

Shuni Virus in Cases of Neurologic Disease in Humans, South Africa

Thopisang P. Motlou and Marietjie VenterComments to Author 
Author affiliation: University of Pretoria, Pretoria, South Africa

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Table 2

Demographics of the patient group screened for Shuni virus (SHUV), Gauteng Province, South Africa, 2017

Demographic Total no. (%) No. (%) positive Odds ratio (95% CI)
Total 130 7 (5.3)

*The classification of the age groups is based on the neutral network using the FG-NET aging database and wavelets. Age group 1, children (<1–12 y); age group 2, adolescents (13–18 y); age group 3, adults (19–59 y); and age group 4, senior adults (>60 y). p value = 0.6621.
†Percentages based on total no. positive cases.

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