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September 2, 1893

CHOLERA.

JAMA. 1893;XXI(10):351-352. doi:10.1001/jama.1893.02420620027005

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Abstract

In Russia, returns for the last week show a decided' increase and its spread to localities heretofore uninfected. There was reported 4,329 new cases, and 1,692 deaths in twenty-two provinces. Turkey has quarantined vessels coming from nearly all the ports on the Black sea. The senate of Hamburg has prohibited the admission of clothes or dirty linen from Russia. Since August 15, there were eleven cases reported with eight deaths, in Germany. It is hinted that the river Spree may be infected. Suspicious cases were reported at Neuss, Halle, Duisburg, Sigmargingen, and a case of cholera was discovered in the Rhine boat Flora, at Rudesheim, opposite Bingen. There are now reported seventy districts of Hungary and seventy-two districts of Galicia in fected with cholera, a decided increase over last week. The first case is also reported in Vienna. There seems to be a decrease at Naples, with a decided increase

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