The OSDH could determine

The OSDH could determine, that these athletes who consumed more than about an ounce of the river water were significantly more likely to develop disease . ‘The associated cost for swimming in the river during the training and during the event is the only significant exposure to the development of diarrheal disease among the participants,’said Lauri Smithee, chief of the OSDH Acute Disease Service.

The OSDH has shared the results of the investigation with triathlon organizer and Oklahoma City officials. Public health authorities are. With the City of Oklahoma City, the Oklahoma City develop – County Health Department to the Department of Environmental Quality and the Oklahoma Water Resources Board is coordinating a working group after this outbreak. Continue reading

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