Published in Medical Letter on the CDC and FDA, June 12th, 1995
Seafood should be eaten cooked and hot.
Populations at risk should be taught to treat household drinking water and to avoid drinking water outside the home unless it is known to be treated.
Education about hygiene can be an important tool in preventing cholera.
CDC's R.E. Quick and colleagues published their findings in an article entitled, "Epidemic Cholera In Rural El Salvador: Risk Factors In A Region Covered By A Cholera Prevention Campaign," Epidemiology and Infection, April...
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