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Legionnaires under control

1st August 2006

An outbreak of legionnaires’ disease in Amsterdam which infected 24 people and caused one death, is now under control, say public health officials.

A cooling tower in the eastern part of the city has been identified as the probable source of infection.

 

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Article Information

Title: Legionnaires under control
Author: Chris May
Article Id: 611
Date Added: 1st Aug 2006

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