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Volume 11, Number 2—February 2005

Historical Review

Surveillance and Control Measures after Smallpox Outbreaks

Emma Kerrod*Comments to Author , Alasdair M. Geddes†, Martyn Regan, and Steve Leach*
Author affiliations: *Center for Emergency Preparedness and Response, Porton Down, Salisbury, Wiltshire, United Kingdom; †University of Birmingham, Edgbaston, Birmingham, United Kingdom

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Timeline of Liverpool outbreak: key events and control interventions, using hospital admission data (December 6, 1901–November 27, 1903) (9). *House-to-house visitation of the district “forthwith commenced” (7). Over the next few days, 20 more cases were found and reported.

Figure 1. Timeline of Liverpool outbreak: key events and control interventions, using hospital admission data (December 6, 1901–November 27, 1903) (9). *House-to-house visitation of the district “forthwith commenced” (7). Over the next few days, 20 more cases were found and reported.

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