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Salmonella outbreak possibly linked to sushi spreads to nine states
Salmonella outbreak possibly linked to sushi spreads to nine states

A salmonella outbreak possibly linked to raw tuna in sushi has sickened 31 people from Southern California and has spread to eight other states. The outbreak was traced to a specific strain of salmonella, paratyphi B, likely linked to sushi made from raw tuna. So far, 53 people in nine states have become ill, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The bulk of the cases have been reported in California, with 10 others found in Arizona, one in Illinois, one in Mississippi, six in New Mexico, one in South Dakota, one in Virginia, one in Washington and one in Wisconsin. In California, nine patients who fell ill with salmonella live in Los Angeles County. Six live...

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