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Abstract

An outbreak of pharyngoconjunctival fever affecting 59 children was detected in a municipality of northern Spain in July 2008. The outbreak was related to insufficient doses of water disinfectant in the municipal swimming pool. Adenovirus was detected in the pharyngeal swabs of five of six affected children and the four strains that were sequenced were all Adenovirus type 4.

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2009-02-26
2017-11-19
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