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Figure 8 | BMC Infectious Diseases

Figure 8

From: Onset of a pandemic: characterizing the initial phase of the swine flu (H1N1) epidemic in Israel

Figure 8

Spatial spread of swine flu in sub-districts of Israel. The data are combined for each week up to week ten of the epidemic (week three had no cases in it and therefore isn't displayed). The color of the region represents its rate of Influenza, from dark green - low rate (up to 0.5 cases per 100,000 people) to red- high rate (5-6 cases per 100,000 people). The panes represent different weeks (A-first 26/4-2/5/2009, B-second 3-9/5/2009, C-fourth 17-23/5/2009, D-fifth 24-30/5/2009, E-sixth 31/5-6/6/2009, F-seventh 7-13/6/2009, G-eighth 14-20/6/2009, H-ninth 21-27/6/2009, I-tenth 28/6-4/7/2009). Also on the map five major cities of Israel are marked as dots; the cities are (from north to south): Haifa, Tel-Aviv, Jerusalem, Be'er-Sheva, Eilat.

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