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Rift Valley Fever during Rainy Seasons, Madagascar, 2008 and 2009

By Soa Fy Andriamandimby, Armand Eugène Randrianarivo-Solofoniaina, Elisabeth M. Jeanmaire, Lisette Ravololomanana, Lanto Tiana Razafimanantsoa, Tsanta Rakotojoelinandrasana, Josette Razainirina, Jonathan Hoffmann, Jean-Pierre Ravalohery, Jean-Théophile Rafisandratantsoa, Pierre E. Rollin and Jean-Marc Reynes


The virus reemerged during an outbreak in Madagascar in 2008

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