Ill people reported eating different types of romaine lettuce in several restaurants and at home.
Thirty-two illnesses have been reported in 11 USA states, including 13 people who have been hospitalised. In addition, restaurants should not serve or sell romaine lettuce until more information is available.
Thirty-two cases in 11 states of E. coli have been reported in the country and are believed to be linked to romaine lettuce. As families prepare for their Thanksgiving Day feasts, romaine lettuce is being pulled from their tables. "Antibiotics are not recommended for patients with E. coli infections".
Even without more clarity from the CDC, Johnson says other lettuce varieties, such as iceberg and baby arugula are not impacted by the recall and will remain on grocers shelves. According to Health Canada, most strains are harmless to humans but some varieties are capable of causing illness.
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The current outbreak was not related to the multistage outbreak earlier this year, the agency said.
Ottawa Public Health has confirmed a case of E. coli in the Ottawa area is linked to the outbreak involving romaine lettuce in Ontario, Quebec and several US states.
Symptoms of salmonella infection can include diarrhea, abdominal cramps, and fever, and can sicken otherwise healthy adults for as much as a week. Thirteen people have been hospitalized, including one who developed kidney failure, though no one has died. The last reported US illness was on October 31, while and the most recent illness in Canada was early this month.
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Norman Neumann, the vice-dean of the University of Alberta's School of Public Health, said during outbreaks impacting Canada and the USA, health bodies from both countries will likely consult each other on investigating the source, but don't always co-ordinate their responses.
32 people in 11 states, including MI have gotten sick from eating contaminated lettuce.
The association said it is pulling together a group of food safety experts from the produce industry to help pinpoint the source of the outbreak.
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