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Reemergence of Human and Animal Brucellosis, Bulgaria

By Gianluca Russo, Paolo Pasquali, Roumiana Nenova, Tsviatko Alexandrov, Stanislav Ralchev, Vincenzo Vullo, Giovanni Rezza and Todor Kantardjiev

Abstract

Bulgaria had been free from brucellosis since 1958, but during 2005–2007, a reemergence of human and animal disease was recorded. The reemergence of this zoonosis in the country highlights the importance of maintaining an active surveillance system for infectious diseases that will require full cooperation between public health and veterinary authorities

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Publisher: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
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