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Salmonella surveillance report ; no. 87
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    For the Month of June 1969 During the year 1968, there were a total of 3,876 human isolations of salmonellae in Belgium. This represented a slight increase from the sum of 3,702 isolations during the preceding year. Fifty-four different serotypes were identified; Salmonella typhi-murium accounted for 2,532 isolates or 65.3 percent of the total. Salmonella panama, for the sixth consecutive year, was the second most common serotype with 577 isolates (14.9 percent). This in turn was followed by S. brandenburg with 214 isolates (5.5 percent); S. infantis with 151 isolates (3.9 percent); and bovis- morbificans with 50 isolates (1.3 percent). These five most common serotypes accounted for 3,524 isolates or 91 percent of the total for the year. The other 352 cultures were divided among 49 serotypes, none of which accounted for more than one percent of the total isolations.
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    I. Summary -- II. Reports of Isolatons from the States -- III. Current Investigations -- IV. Reports from States -- V. Special Reports -- VI. International.
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