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Volume 17, Number 7—July 2011

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Understanding the Cholera Epidemic, Haiti

Renaud PiarrouxComments to Author , Robert Barrais, Benoît Faucher, Rachel Haus, Martine Piarroux, Jean Gaudart, Roc Magloire, and Didier Raoult
Author affiliations: Author affiliations: Université de la Méditerranée, Marseilles, France (R. Piarroux, B. Faucher, J. Gaudart, D. Raoult); Ministère de la Santé Publique et de la Population, Port-au-Prince, Haiti (R. Barrais, R. Magloire); Service de Santé des Armées, Paris, France (R. Haus); Martine Piarroux Université de Franche-Comté, Besançon, France (M. Piarroux)

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Spatiotemporal clusters of cholera cases, Haiti (results of SaTScan [Kulldorf, Cambridge, UK] analysis). The first cluster covered 1 commune, Mirebalais, October 16–19; the second cluster covered a few communes in or near the Artibonite delta during October 20–28; the next 3 clusters appeared in the North-West Department (A) during November 11–29, in the West Department (B) during November 14–30, and in the North and North-East Departments (C) during November 21–30. Other departments were affect

Figure 3. Spatiotemporal clusters of cholera cases, Haiti (results of SaTScan [Kulldorf, Cambridge, UK] analysis). The first cluster covered 1 commune, Mirebalais, October 16–19; the second cluster covered a few communes in or near the Artibonite delta during October 20–28; the next 3 clusters appeared in the North-West Department (A) during November 11–29, in the West Department (B) during November 14–30, and in the North and North-East Departments (C) during November 21–30. Other departments were affected later.

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