Salmonella surveillance report ; no. 73
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Salmonella surveillance report ; no. 73

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      For the Month of April 1968

      TThis issue of the Salmonella Surveillance Report includes a review of salmonellosis in Hawaii, reports of four outbreaks, and a review of foodborne disease for 1967.

      In April 1968, 1,194 isolations of salmonellae were reported from humans, an average of 298 isolations per week (Tables I, II, and V-A). This number represents an increase of 26 (9.6 percent) over the weekly average of March 1968 and a decrease of 16 (5.1 percent) from the weekly average of April 1967.

      Reports of 884 nonhuman isolations of salmonellae were received during April 1968 (Tables III, IV, and V-B).

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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 -- VII. Food and Feed Surveillance.
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