Salmonella surveillance report 26, JUNE 30, 1964
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Salmonella surveillance report 26, JUNE 30, 1964

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      For month of May 1964 During May, 1,448 isolations of salmonellae from humans were submitted for an average weekly total of 362, A total of 333 non-human isolations were reported, a decrease of 256 from the previous month. This month's Reports from States include two outbreaks of hospital-associated salmonellosis in California, three outbreaks of salmonellosis traced to pet turtles, and an outbreak of Salmonella typhl-murium gastroenteritis on a farm. A report discribing a case of lung abscess due to Salmonella typhi is abstracted, and salmonellosis in Canada during 1963 is summarized. Erratum: Salmonella Surveillance Report No. 25. On front cover, "For Month of June 1964" should read "For Monch of April 1964".
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      I. Summary -- II. Reports of isolations from the states -- III. Current investigations -- IV. Reports from states -- V. Special Reports -- VI. International.
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