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Volume 20, Number 9—September 2014

Household-Level Spatiotemporal Patterns of Incidence of Cholera, Haiti, 2011

Jason K. BlackburnComments to Author , Ulrica Diamond, Ian T. Kracalik, Jocelyn Widmer, Will Brown, B. David Morrissey, Kathleen A. Alexander, Andrew J. Curtis, Afsar Ali, and J. Glenn Morris
Author affiliations: University of Florida, Gainvesille, Florida, USA (J.K. Blackburn, U. Diamond, I.T. Kracalik, A. Ali, J.G. Morris Jr); Virginia Polytechnical Institute and State University, Blacksburg, Virginia USA (J. Widmer, K.A. Alexander); Sustainable Aid Supporting Haiti, London, United Kingdom (W. Brown); FISH Ministries at Christianville Foundation, Inc, Gressier, Haiti (B.D. Morrissey); Kent State University, Kent, Ohio, USA (A.J. Curtis)

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Case count and date ranges of cholera case reports by community, Haiti, 2011

Community Total no. cases Date range of cases (no.)
Petit Goave 612 Jan 1–May 6 (612)
Grand Goave 549 Jan 1–Apr 7 (348); 
May 1–Aug 15 (201)
Leogane* 344 Feb 7–May 7 (61); 
Jun 7–Jul 26 (283)
La Source 25 Jan 10–Feb 22 (23); 
Apr 23 (2)

*Cases in Leogane were few for the reporting period of Feb 7–May 7; related data were not included in further space-time analysis.

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