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PHO Rounds: Legionella Outbreak Investigations: A Practical Approach, Part III
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This three-part series provides a practical overview of public health investigations of legionellosis, including assessment of the epidemiology, potential environmental sources, appropriate clinical and environmental testing, and environmental control and remediation.
Updated 1 May 2023
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