70 people sickened in Salmonella outbreak in Georgia-source unknown
According to Newton and Rockdale County Health Departments, in Georgia, 70 people got sick and 4 were hospitalized in a Salmonella outbreak in Newton County. According to Alana Sulka, director of Epidemiology and Community Health with the Gwinnett, Newton and Rockdale County Health Departments, in Georgia, the outbreak was first reported to their office on May 4. He said that the Health Department is still investigating the outbreak, including “identifying the source and commonalities among those that are ill.” Micheal Geoffroy, an attorney in Conyers and Covington, said he is representing several people who were sickened as a result of the outbreak. One of those who became ill was an infant who was infected through breast milk, he said. @ http://www.rockdalenewtoncitizen.com/news/local/newton/as-many-as-people-sickened-in-salmonella-outbreak-in-newton/article_095fa2b5-c1e5-58c3-ae21-485cf239c741.html" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">http://www.rockdalenewtoncitizen.com/news/local/newton/as-many-as-people-sickened-in-salmonella-outbreak-in-newton/article_095fa2b5-c1e5-58c3-ae21-485cf239c741.html
As many as 70 people sickened in Salmonella outbreak in Newton County
Four people have been hospitalized and as many as 70 have been sickened in a Salmonella outbreak in Newton County.