Volume 17, Number 11—November 2011
THEME ISSUE CHOLERA IN HAITI
Multinational Cholera Outbreak after Wedding in the Dominican Republic
Mercedes Laura Jiménez , Andria Apostolou, Alba Jazmin Palmera Suarez, Luis Meyer, Salvador Hiciano, Anna Newton, Oliver Morgan, Cecilia Then, and Raquel Pimentel
Author affiliations: Author affiliations: Field Epidemiology Training Program, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic (M.L. Jiménez,); Ministry of Public Health, Santo Domingo (M.L. Jiménez, L. Meyer, S. Hiciano, C. Then, R. Pimentel); New Jersey Department of Health and Senior Services, Trenton, New Jersey, USA (A. Apostolou); Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, Georgia, USA (A. Apostolou, A. Newton); Pan American Health Organization, Santo Domingo (A.J. Palmera Suarez); Atlanta Research and Education Foundation, Decatur, Georgia, USA (A. Newton); Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Santo Domingo (O. Morgan)
Figure. Date and time of onset of cholera cases (N = 40) associated with wedding in La Romana, Dominican Republic, January 2011 (2 case-patients not represented here because time of symptom onset was not reported).
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