640 people in 43 states of the United States were infected with Salmonella from onions

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 640 people in 43 states of the United States were infected with Salmonella from onions


At present, many companies in the United States have recalled onions and their products, including onion pizza, chicken salad, etc. The Centers for Disease Control and prevention stressed that people should also check their homes for products that require recall, and if they appear in their homes, they should be discarded immediately.

(function(){( window.slotbydup=window .slotbydup||[]).push({id:u5811557,container:ssp_ 5811557, async:true }According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and prevention, most people develop diarrhea, fever or stomach cramps within six hours to six days of Salmonella infection. Usually, these symptoms last four to seven days, and most people recover without treatment. However, children under 5 years old or people with weak immune system such as 65 years old and above may be more serious and even lead to other diseases. In some cases, Salmonella may spread from the gut to the blood or other parts of the body. The CDC also called on people with the above symptoms to contact their doctors immediately, record their diet one week before they became ill and report it to the local health department. According to Canadian media CBC reported that 239 people in Canada have been infected with Salmonella, all of which are related to onions imported from the United States. Source: Wang Ning, editor in charge of Beijing News_ NB12468

According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and prevention, most people develop diarrhea, fever or stomach cramps within six hours to six days of Salmonella infection. Usually, these symptoms last four to seven days, and most people recover without treatment.

However, children under 5 years old or people with weak immune system such as 65 years old and above may be more serious and even lead to other diseases. In some cases, Salmonella may spread from the gut to the blood or other parts of the body.

The CDC also called on people with the above symptoms to contact their doctors immediately, record their diet one week before they became ill and report it to the local health department.

According to Canadian media CBC reported that 239 people in Canada have been infected with Salmonella, all of which are related to onions imported from the United States.