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Volume 23, Number 10—October 2017

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Mild Illness during Outbreak of Shiga Toxin−Producing Escherichia coli O157 Infections Associated with Agricultural Show, Australia

Bhakti R. VasantComments to Author , Russell J. Stafford, Amy V. Jennison, Sonya M. Bennett, Robert J. Bell, Christine J. Doyle, Jeannette R. Young, Susan A. Vlack, Paul Titmus, Debra El Saadi, Kari A.J. Jarvinen, Patricia Coward, Janine Barrett, Megan Staples, Rikki M.A. Graham, Helen V. Smith, and Stephen B. Lambert
Author affiliations: Queensland Health, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia (B.R. Vasant, R.J. Stafford, A.V. Jennison, S.M. Bennett, R.J. Bell, C.J. Doyle, J.R. Young, S.A. Vlack, P. Titmus, D. El Saadi, K.A.J. Jarvinen, M. Staples, R.M.A. Graham, H.V. Smith, S.B. Lambert); University of Queensland, Brisbane (S.A. Vlack, S.B. Lambert); Queensland Treasury, Brisbane (P. Coward); Department of Agriculture and Fisheries, Brisbane (J. Barrett)

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Figure 1

Illness onset dates for persons with cases of Shiga toxin−producing Escherichia coli illness associated with an agricultural show and non–outbreak-related cases, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, 2013. Onset dates for 6 primary cases were not available. There was 1 asymptomatic secondary case.

Figure 1. Illness onset dates for persons with cases of Shiga toxin−producing Escherichia coli illness associated with an agricultural show and non–outbreak-related cases, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, 2013. Onset dates for 6 primary cases were not available. There was 1 asymptomatic secondary case.

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