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A. Deniz2
E. Guven2
M. Josse2
Z. Vatansever2
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Crimean Congo Haemorrhagic Fever (CCHF) is an emerging zoonotic disease. The causative agent is a virus (CCHFV), mainly transmitted by ticks of the species Hyalomma marginatum in Eastern Europe and Turkey. In order to test potential scenarios for the control of pathogen spread, the basic reproduction number (R 0) for CCHF was calculated. This calculation(More)
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