Domestically Acquired Cases of Cyclosporiasis — United States, May–July 2022

CDC, state and federal health, and regulatory officials updated the cases of Cyclosporiasis in the US. Many cases of cyclosporiasis cannot be directly linked to an outbreak, partly because of the lack of validated laboratory “fingerprinting” methods needed to link cases of Cyclospora infection. From May to July 2022, the number of reported cases of domestically acquired cyclosporiasis illnesses has increased by 323 cases since the last update on June 30, 2022. Cases continue to be reported. Since July 26, 2022, 384 laboratory-confirmed cases of cyclosporiasis have been reported to CDC by 23 jurisdictions, including 22 states and New York City, since May 1, 2022. At least 30 people have been hospitalized; 0 deaths have been reported. @

Cyclosporiasis Outbreak Investigations — United States, 2022
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