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Volume 1, Number 3—July 1995

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Electronic Communication Facilitates Investigation of a Highly Dispersed Foodborne Outbreak: Salmonella on the Superhighway

Barbara E. Mahon*, Dale D. Rohn#, Sheila R. Pack&, and Robert V. Tauxe*
Author affiliations: *National Center for Infectious Diseases, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, Georgia, USA
; #Epidemiology and Disease Control Program, Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, Baltimore, Maryland, USA
; &Division of Acute Communicable Diseases (now in Division of HIV Seroepidemiology), Baltimore City Health Department, Baltimore, Maryland, USA

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Number of days from questionnaire distribution by e-mail to questionnaire return by fax (n=156). Day 0 is Friday, August 5, 1994. Range, 0 to 35 days; median=6 days.

Figure. Number of days from questionnaire distribution by e-mail to questionnaire return by fax (n=156). Day 0 is Friday, August 5, 1994. Range, 0 to 35 days; median=6 days.

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