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questionnaires were collected. Mapping of water,
sewage and housing infrastructure was performed. Microbiologic analysis of stool identified Bacillus cereus (5.8o/o of samples) and
Campylobacter jejuni (5.8%) as the most common bacterial pathogens; Norovirus (19.7%) was the most common viral agent. Rotavirus