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Volume 17, Number 11—November 2011
THEME ISSUE
CHOLERA IN HAITI

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Toxigenic Vibrio cholerae O1 in Water and Seafood, Haiti

Vincent R. HillComments to Author , Nicole Cohen, Amy M. Kahler, Jessica L. Jones, Cheryl A. Bopp, Nina Marano, Cheryl L. Tarr, Nancy M. Garrett, Jacques Boncy, Ariel Henry, Gerardo A. Gómez, Michael Wellman, Maurice Curtis, Molly M. Freeman, Maryann Turnsek, Ronald A. Benner, Georges Dahourou, David Espey, Angelo DePaola, Jordan W. Tappero, Tom Handzel, and Robert V. Tauxe
Author affiliations: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, Georgia, USA (V.R. Hill, N. Cohen, A.M. Kahler, C.A. Bopp, N. Marano, C.L. Tarr, N.M. Garrett, G.A. Gómez, M. Wellman, M. Curtis, M.M. Freeman, M. Turnsek, D. Espey, J.W. Tappero, T. Handzel, R.V. Tauxe); Food and Drug Administration, Dauphin Island, Alabama, USA (J.L. Jones, R.A. Benner, A. DePaola); Haitian Ministry of Public Health and Population, Port-au-Prince, Haiti (J. Boncy, A. Henry); Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Port-au-Prince (G. Dahourou)

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Locations where water and seafood samples were obtained, Haiti, October–November 2010. HWS, harbor water sample.

Figure. Locations where water and seafood samples were obtained, Haiti, October–November 2010. HWS, harbor water sample.

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