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    In Corsica, France, 9.1% of livestock serum samples collected during 2014-2016 were found to have antibodies against Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever virus (CCHFV), an emerging tickborne zoonotic disease. We tested 8,051 ticks for CCHFV RNA and Nairovirus RNA. The results indicate that Corsica is not a hotspot for CCHFV.


    Vincent Cicculli, Apolline Maitre, Nazli Ayhan, Stevan Mondoloni, Jean-Christophe Paoli, Laurence Vial, Xavier N de Lamballerie, Remi Charrel, Alessandra Falchi. Lack of Evidence for Crimean-Congo Hemorrhagic Fever Virus in Ticks Collected from Animals, Corsica, France. Emerging infectious diseases. 2022 May;28(5):1035-1038

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    PMID: 35447051

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