Us E. coli outbreak aggravate 121 people infected with Californias first death case

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 Us E. coli outbreak aggravate 121 people infected with Californias first death case


According to reports, the details of the death case of Escherichia coli were not immediately announced. The Centers for Disease Control and prevention of the United States only announced that the death case was in California. California health officials said there were 24 cases of E. coli infection in California, including the dead. Last month, the U. S. health agency took a measure. The Health Bureau told the people to discarded all the rodro lettuce on hand and warned people not to eat vine lettuce, unless it was determined that the lettuce was not from Yuma (Yuma), Arizona. It is reported that most of the American lettuce sold in winter is produced in this area. So far, health officials have not yet identified the source of the outbreak. A coliform lettuce, made from a Arizona farm, is believed to be contaminated with Escherichia coli, but at least more than 20 Farms are being investigated. According to the center for Disease Control and prevention, according to the data from 102 patients, 52 of them (51%) have been hospitalized, including 14 cases of renal failure known as hemolytic uremic syndrome. Source: China News Network Editor: Li Hang _BJS4645 Last month, the U. S. health agency took a measure. The Health Bureau told the people to discarded all the rodro lettuce on hand and warned people not to eat vine lettuce, unless it was determined that the lettuce was not from Yuma (Yuma), Arizona. It is reported that most of the American lettuce sold in winter is produced in this area. So far, health officials have not yet identified the source of the outbreak. A coliform lettuce, made from a Arizona farm, is believed to be contaminated with Escherichia coli, but at least more than 20 Farms are being investigated. According to the center for Disease Control and prevention, according to the data from 102 patients, 52 of them (51%) have been hospitalized, including 14 cases of renal failure known as hemolytic uremic syndrome.