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2009-2010 Drinking Water-associated Outbreak Surveillance Report Supplemental Figures


Number of Waterborne-Disease Outbreaks Associated with Drinking Water (N = 33) — Waterborne Disease and Outbreak Surveillance System, 2009-2010*

number of waterborne disease outbreaks, 2009-2010, by state and numbers of cases

*These numbers are largely dependent on reporting and surveillance activities in individual states, and do not necessarily indicate the true incidence of waterborne disease outbreaks in a given state.

Etiology of Drinking Water Outbreaks (N = 33) and Outbreak-related Cases (N = 1,040), Waterborne Disease and Outbreak Surveillance System, 2009-2010

Predominant Illnesses in Drinking Water Outbreaks (N = 33) and Outbreak-related Cases (N = 1,040), Waterborne Disease and Outbreak Surveillance System, 2009-2010

Etiology

Abbreviations: AGI: acute gastrointestinal illness; ARI: acute respiratory illness; Multiple: more than one type of etiologic agent is identified in clinical specimens from affected persons

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Predominant Illnesses Reported for all Drinking Water Outbreaks, and Etiologies in Oubreaks of Acute Gastrointestinal Illness (AGI), Waterborne Disease and Outbreak Surveillance System, 2009-2010

Predominant Illness and Etiology

Abbreviations: AGI: acute gastrointestinal illness; ARI: acute respiratory illness; Hep: viral hepatitis; Multiple: more than one type of etiologic agent is identified in clinical specimens from affected persons

* All acute respiratory illness was attributed to Legionella spp.

† All hepatitis infections were attributed to hepatitis A virus.

§ Both outbreaks involved bacterial and parasitic agents

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Water Systems Associated with Drinking Water Outbreaks (N = 33) and Outbreak-related Cases (N = 1,040), Waterborne Disease and Outbreak Surveillance System, 2009-2010

Water Sources Associated with Drinking Water Outbreaks (N = 33) and Outbreak-related Cases (N = 1,040), Waterborne Disease and Outbreak Surveillance System, 2009-2010

Deficiencies Assigned to Drinking Water Outbreaks (N = 33) and Outbreak-related Cases (N = 1,040), Waterborne Disease and Outbreak Surveillance System, 2009-2010

 
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