The county of Holland was the western part of The Netherlands, stretching approximately from the island of Texel in the north to Dordrecht in the south.The county is first referred to by the name "Holland" in a charter dated 1101."Frisia" should be distinguished from "Friesland", which is the current name of the northern province of The Netherlands."Ostfriesland" refers to a small region in north-west Germany, while "West-Friesland" is applied to the eastern part of the present-day Dutch province of Noord-Holland.Cruise ships participating in the Vessel Sanitation Program (VSP) are required to report the total number of gastrointestinal (GI) illness cases–including zero–evaluated by the medical staff at least 24 hours before the ship arrives at a U. Data on this page were obtained from these surveillance reports and from CDC-led investigations. A separate notification is required when the GI illness count exceeds 2% of the total number of passengers or crew onboard.Frisia marked the northern boundary of the kingdom of Austrasia, although it is unclear how much of the territory was effectively controlled by the Merovingian Frankish kings.
Under the partition of imperial territories agreed at Thionville in 806, Frisia was assigned to Charles, eldest son of Emperor Charles I, before reverting to the emperor on his son's early death in 811.After 843, the territory of the future Netherlands became the northernmost part of the kingdom of Lotharingia, created under the treaty of Verdun which finally settled the lengthy disputes between the sons of Emperor Louis I.