Monitoring Water Sources for Environmental Reservoirs of Toxigenic Vibrio cholerae O1, Haiti
Meer T. Alam, Thomas A. Weppelmann, Chad D. Weber, Judith A. Johnson, Mohammad H. Rashid, Catherine S. Birch, Babette A. Brumback, Valery E. Madsen Beau de Rochars, J. Glenn, and Afsar Ali
Author affiliations: University of Florida College of Public Health and Health Professions, Gainesville, Florida, USA (M.T. Alam, T.A. Weppelmann, V.E. Madsen Beau de Rochars, A. Ali); University of Florida Emerging Pathogens Institute, Gainesville (M.T. Alam, T.A. Weppelmann, C.D. Weber, J.A. Johnson, M.H. Rashid, C.S. Birch, B.A. Brumback, V.E. Madsen Beau de Rochars, J.G. Morris, Jr., A. Ali); University of Florida College of Medicine, Gainesville (M.H. Rashid, V.E. Madsen Beau de Rochars, A. Ali)
Weekly cholera case incidence for Ouest Department, excluding Port-au-Prince, Haiti, based on data reported to the Haitian Ministry of Public Health and Population and regional precipitation by week during April 2012–March 2013, combined with percentage of environmental sites from which Vcholerae O1 or non-O1/non-O139 were isolated, by month.
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