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Taken after the discovery of a novel orthopoxvirus in a shepherd, who was located in the town of Tianeti, in East-Central Georgia, in September 2013, these field epidemiologists were in the process of performing surveillance activities on laboratory samples. From left to right, the team included Ginny Emerson, PhD, of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Pox Virus and Rabies Branch, Darin Carrol, PhD, CDC, Pox Virus and Rabies Branch, Neil Vora, MD, Epidemiologic Investigation Service (EIS), 2012, CDC, Pox Virus and Rabies Branch, and Giorgi Maghlakelidze, DVM, South Caucasus, Field Epidemiology and Laboratory Training Program (FELTP), 2011, and Georgia National Center for Disease Control and Public Health.
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Creation Date: 2013
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