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Fig. 2 | Infectious Diseases of Poverty

Fig. 2

From: Mapping the viruses belonging to the order Bunyavirales in China

Fig. 2

Geographical distribution of Bunyavirales viruses detected in humans and vectors. A Distribution of human cases infected with Bunyavirales viruses in China. *The RVFV case was imported. The number of human cases of unclassified hantavirus and SFTSV was calculated from the data of China Information System for Disease Control and Prevention. Unclassified hantavirus was a general designation for the Orthohantavirus members of the Hantaviridae family including HTNV and SEOV in China, shown as polygon data, and the numbers represents different shades of gray. B The distribution of seroprevalence (infection rate of specific antibody/antigen) for Bunyavirales viruses in humans. Human beings infected with EBIV, GTV, SSHV, BATV, PUUV, WENV and WUXV were only reported with serological evidences. #Positive rate was not calculated for the data with detections less than 10 or not provided. C The distribution of Bunyavirales virus species determined in vectors. D The distribution of vector species that carrying Bunyavirales viruses. Bunyavirales viruses in vectors were all detected by molecular methods or pathogen isolation. Locations with positive records were positioned at the center of either provinces or cities depending on data availability, among which the data at the province level were circled with dashed lines. The full name of each pathogen was shown in Table 1

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