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An analysis of reptile-associated salmonellosis in the Netherlands describes a shift in affected age groups and calls for reinforced recommendations on safe reptile ownership


Eurosurveillance, Volume 21, Issue 34, 25 August 2016

Table of Contents

Rapid communications

Cluster of human parechovirus infections as the predominant cause of sepsis in neonates and infants, Leicester, United Kingdom, 8 May to 2 August 2016
Abstract
Surveillance report

Increase in reptile-associated human salmonellosis and shift toward adulthood in the age groups at risk, the Netherlands, 1985 to 2014
Abstract
National outbreak of Yersinia enterocolitica infections in military and civilian populations associated with consumption of mixed salad, Norway, 2014
Abstract
Perspectives

Identifying components for programmatic latent tuberculosis infection control in the European Union
Abstract
News

ESCAIDE ‘late-breaker’ abstract call opens 1 September 2016
Erratum

Erratum for Euro Surveill. 2016;21(33)

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