According to Food Safety News, there are 32 cases reported in MI, 11 in IN, 10 in Missouri, six in IL and one in Ohio.
A salmonella outbreak affecting five states including IL and Missouri is linked to pre-cut melons, according to IL health officials.
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Walmart stores in IL have removed the product linked to the outbreak from their shelves. "If you have recently eaten pre-cut melon from a Walmart store and experience diarrhea, fever, and cramps, contact your health care provider". Twenty-one people have been hospitalized.
Officials say the IL salmonella cases linked to pre-cut melon affected people ages 23 to 87. Pre-cut melons and fruit salads are seen as the likely source.
People who ate those pre-cut melon products began falling ill with the salmonella adelaide strain of the bacteria in late April, and hospitalization spiked two weeks later, with patients ranging from an infant to a 97-year-old. The cases have been reported in all regions of the state.
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According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control, Salmonella infections most often cause mild to severe gastroenteritis and severe invasive infections, both which are potentially life-threatening.
"This investigation is moving rapidly". Whole melons are not included.
More information and steps to take to reduce the risk of infection can be found on the CDC Salmonella website at www.cdc.gov/salmonella/.
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