Crypto outbreaks related to swimming have doubled in the last two years

In a recently published press release, the CDC identifies twice as many crypto outbreaks linked to swimming pools and water playgrounds in 2016 as in 2014. Alabama, Arizona and Ohio were the states with most reported cases in the summer months.

2017/06/06
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