Evaluating measles surveillance using laboratory-discarded notifications of measles-like illness during elimination
For jurisdictions implementing measles elimination strategies, a minimum surveillance benchmark of 1/100 000 population per year measles-like illness (MLI) cases initially notified, but then rejected based on laboratory testing was proposed. We used this
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