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Volume 20, Number 4—April 2014

Research

Large Outbreak of Cryptosporidium hominis Infection Transmitted through the Public Water Supply, Sweden

Micael WiderströmComments to Author , Caroline Schönning, Mikael Lilja, Marianne Lebbad, Thomas Ljung, Görel Allestam, Martin Ferm, Britta Björkholm, Anette Hansen, Jari Hiltula, Jonas Långmark, Margareta Löfdahl, Maria Omberg, Christina Reuterwall, Eva Samuelsson, Katarina Widgren, Anders Wallensten, and Johan Lindh
Author affiliations: Umeå University, Umeå, Sweden (M. Widerström, M. Lilja, M. Ferm C. Reuterwall, E. Samuelsson); Jämtland County Council, Östersund, Sweden (M. Widerström, M. Omberg); Public Health Agency of Sweden, Soina, Sweden (C. Schönning, M. Lebbad, G. Allestam, B. Björkholm, A. Hansen, J. Långmark, M. Löfdahl, K. Widgren, A. Wallensten, J. Lindh); Mid Sweden University, Östersund, (T. Ljung,); Östersund Municipality, Östersund (J. Hitula); and Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm (J. Lindh)

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Map of Lake Storsjön, showing water currents (arrows) and locations of wastewater treatment plant, water treatment plant, and contaminating stream after Cryptosporidium infection outbreak, Östersund, Sweden, 2010–2011.

Figure 1. . . . Map of Lake Storsjön, showing water currents (arrows) and locations of wastewater treatment plant, water treatment plant, and contaminating stream during Cryptosporidium infection outbreak, Östersund, Sweden, 2010–2011.

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