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January  2021 |  Vol 65 |  Issue  5    RSS Feed Table of Contents
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  Building public health capacity through India epidemic intelligence service and field epidemiology training programs in India
  India is a vast country with a population of 1.3 billion, 36 states and union territories, and 728 districts.[1],[2] Although India has rapidly modernized with sustained economic growth, preventable...
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  Measles outbreak among children ≤15 years old, Jaintia Hills District, Meghalaya, India, 2017
  Background: Of 1115 measles outbreaks during 2015 in India, 61,255 suspected measles cases were reported. In 2016, a measles outbreak was reported at East and West Jaintia Hills districts in ...
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  Foodborne Disease outbreak associated with eating Gaajar Halwa at a Wedding – Palghar District, Maharashtra, India, 2018
  Background: A foodborne disease outbreak among wedding attendees from Makunsar village, Palghar district, Maharashtra state, India, was reported on February 18, 2018. Objectives: The o...
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  An outbreak investigation of acute Diarrheal Disease, Nagpur District, Maharashtra, India
  Background: Acute diarrheal disease (ADD) accounts for 12 million cases and 1216 deaths annually in India. On July 13, 2016, an ADD outbreak was reported from Sawargaon village from Nagpur di...
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