Multistate Salmonella outbreak linked to seafood sold in Colorado

Multistate Salmonella outbreak linked to seafood sold in Colorado

The CDC said an outbreak of more than 100 of cases of Salmonella in 14 states has been linked to seafood distributed to restaurants and grocery stores in Colorado.Out of a total of 102 reported cases, there have been 19 hospitalizations and no deaths, according to the CDC, which said only two of the illnesses occurred in people who did not live in Colorado or reported having traveled there.According to the CDC, most people involved in the outbreak reported eating raw or cooked seafood in the week before their illness started.Investigators found that Northeast Seafood Products in DenverRead More

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