These data describe weekly incidence of probable and confirmed cases of Zika virus on the Yap Main Islands, Micronesia.
A data frame with 29 rows and 3 columns
Days after starting date
Number of cases per week
The data on weekly cases reported by Funk et al. (2016) cover the period from 2007-02-18 to 2007-09-02, over which time there were a total of 108 cases classified as probable (59) or confirmed (49) in a population of 7391. Cases were identified by a combination of prospective and retrospective surveillance at all health centres on Yap.
Data from Funk et al. (2016), provided by Sebastian Funk (github.com/sbnfunk). Transfer to R and documentation by Finlay Campbell ([email protected]).
Funk et al. (2016)
S. Funk, et al. 2016. Comparative Analysis of Dengue and Zika Outbreaks Reveals Differences by Setting and Virus. PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases, 10(12), e0005173. http://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pntd.0005173
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