Fatal Human Alphaherpesvirus 1 Infection in Free-Ranging Black-Tufted Marmosets in Anthropized Environments, Brazil, 2012–2019
Tais M. Wilson, Jana M. Ritter, Roosecelis B. Martines, Hannah A. Bullock, Pamela Fair, Kay W. Radford, Isabel L. Macêdo, Davi E.R. Sousa, Alexandra A.B. Gonçalves, Alessandro P. Romano, Pedro H.O. Passsos, Daniel G. Ramos, Gabriela R.T. Costa, Karina R.L.J. Cavalcante, Cristiano B. de Melo, Sherif R. Zaki, and Marcio B. Castro
Author affiliations: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, Georgia, USA (T.M. Wilson, J.M. Ritter, R.B. Martines, P. Fair, K.W. Radford, S.R. Zaki); University of Brasília, Brasília, Brazil (T.M. Wilson, I.L. Macêdo, D.E.R. Sousa, A.A.B. Gonçalves, C.B. de Melo, M.B. Castro); Synergy America Inc., Atlanta (H.A. Bullock); Brazilian Ministry of Health, Brasília (A.P. Romano, P.H.O. Passos, D.G. Ramos, K.R.L.J. Cavalcante); Environmental Health Surveillance Directorate of the Federal District, Brasilia (G.R.T. Costa)
Figure 1. Locations of urbanized free-ranging black-tufted marmosets with fatal human alphaherpesvirus 1 infections, Federal District, Goiás, Brazil, 2012–2019. Circles indicate known locations of outbreak 1 (7 animals), outbreak 2 (2 animals), and 3 isolated cases. Insets indicate location of Federal District (black shading) in Goiás state and Goiás state in Brazil. Figure adapted from Google Maps (https://www.google.com.br/maps).
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