Gastroenteritis Outbreak at Holiday Resort, Central Italy
Giacomo Migliorati* , Vincenza Prencipe*, Alessandro Ripani*, Cristina Di Francesco*, Claudia Casaccia*, Silvia Crudeli†, Nicola Ferri*, Armando Giovannini*, Maria Maddalena Marconi‡, Cristina Marfoglia*, Valeria Melai*, Giovanni Savini*, Giampiero Scortichini*, Primula Semprini*, and Franco Maria Ruggeri†
Author affiliations: *Istituto Zooprofilattico Sperimentale dell’Abruzzo and Molise “G. Caporale,” Teramo, Italy; †Istituto Superiore di Sanità, Rome, Italy; ‡Public Health Department of the Local Health Unit, Teramo, Italy;
Figure 1. A) Geographic distribution of ammonia residues, central Italy, 2003. Large dots indicate location of wells tested. N.D., not detectable. B) Map of resort area, showing areas of water storage and use.
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