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Volume 28, Number 3—March 2022

Development and Evaluation of Statewide Prospective Spatiotemporal Legionellosis Cluster Surveillance, New Jersey, USA

Jessie A. Gleason1 and Kathleen M. Ross1Comments to Author 
Author affiliation: New Jersey Department of Health, Trenton, New Jersey, USA

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Table 1

Summary of results for different parameter file selections across 3 detected and investigated community clusters, New Jersey, USA, 2019*

Cluster County Duration of SaTScan signal Cluster radius size, km Cases, no. First RI/max RI
1 Mercer 2 weeks 2.78 3 130 d/175 d
2 Union† 6–13 weeks 6.77–6.96 8–22 184 d/8,130 y
3 Morris 4 weeks 4.59 7 3.3 y

*RI, recurrence interval. †Because this outbreak was prolonged and geographically large and results varied based on parameter files and timing of the scan, ranges are indicated.

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1These authors contributed equally to this article.

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