AbstractNorth Carolina's statewide syndromic surveillance system, NC DETECT, was enhanced to provide streamlined surveillance during the Democratic National Convention. New dashboards were created that allowed epidemiologists to monitor ED visits and calls to the poison center in the Charlotte area, the greater Cities Readiness Initiative region and the entire state for infectious disease signs and symptoms, injuries and any mention of bioterrorism agents.
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