clinics as well as emergency departments, Maillard pointed to several collaborations with the agricultural sector, though funds for such activities have been diminishing. Animal surveillance generally has been at a more basic level than human surveillance, he said, but animal surveillance in North Carolina has had extensive experience with mapping and has been willing to share its mapping structure with public health agencies.
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