Outbreak in Kentucky of E. coli O103 Linked to Fast Food

The Mercer County Health Department detected a sudden increase in E. coli O103 cases in Kentucky (between March 5-25, 2019), linked to “extensive fast food exposure.” Currently, the health agency has not announced what fast food restaurants are involved. Children and teenagers are implicated in many of these cases, but the outbreak does not appear to just be limited to children. The health department has confirmed 19 cases in central Kentucky. @ https://www.makefoodsafe.com/ecoli-o103-outbreak-kentucky-kids-fast-food/" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">https://www.makefoodsafe.com/ecoli-o103-outbreak-kentucky-kids-fast-food/
Ecoli O103 Outbreak in Kentucky Kids Linked to Fast Food - The Lange Law Firm

Today, the Mercer County Health Department announced that there is an Ecoli O103 outbreak linked to “extensive fast food exposure.” At this time, the health agency has not yet announced what fast food restaurants those who were ill ate at…. read more

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