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September 27, 1884

Cholera in Europe.

JAMA. 1884;III(13):358. doi:10.1001/jama.1884.02390620022007

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Abstract

—The epidemic has continued with unabated severity in Italy during the last week. During the 24 hours ending September 17, there were 463 fresh cases of cholera in Naples, and 265 deaths. On the 18th there were 507 new cases and 283 deaths. On the 19th the number of cases reported in Naples was 437, and in the Italian provinces exclusive of Naples there were 149 cases, making a total for the 24 hours of 586 cases, of which 343 were fatal. On the 21st in Naples, 373 cases and 146 deaths; other places, 89 cases and 47 deaths. On the 22d in Naples, 362 cases and 192 deaths. Elsewhere in Italy, 67 cases and 34 deaths. For the last date the bulletin from Spain was as follows: Alicante, 5 deaths; Elche, 5 cases, with 4 deaths; Novelda, 2 new cases, with 6 deaths; Monforte, 5 cases and 3 deaths;

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