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Shigella surveillance report no. 36, February 1975
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Shigella surveillance report no. 36, February 1975
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    First and Second Quarters 1974 For the period January through June 1974, 9,212 shigella isolatons from humans were reported. This represents a decrease of 1,004 (9.8%) from the 10,216 isolations reported for the preceding 6 months and an increase of 2,631 (40.0%) over the 6,581 isolations reported for the corresponding months of 1973 (Table I-A - I-B). Part of the increase is related to the fact that California did not report its shigella isolates to CDC in 1973, but for the first half of 1974 reported 1,170 isolates. Approximately 38.6 isolations per million population were reported for the first half of 1974, an increase of 10.3% from the 35.0 isolations per million for the first half of 1973. SUGGESTED CITATION: Center for Disease Control: Shigella Surveillance Report No. 36, First and Second Quarters 1974; issued February 1975,
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    I. Summary -- II. Reported Isolations -- III. Reports from the States -- IV. Recent Literature.
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