This strain of Salmonella Saint Paul was about last year.

This strain of Salmonella Saint Paul was about last year, in 2007, but according to the CDC, only 3 people confirmed throughout the throughout the U.S. Infected.Health officials say it is likely that many more people are infected, and go unreported, as the diagnosis of a stool sample is required, and many people do not have test test. So it could be that some states not on the official list of people have strain strain.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has risen to 756, up from 200 in the last week, the official count of people with the same rare type of Salmonella , presumably from contaminated raw red tomatoes coming, although the authorities will still not tracked the exact source of the contamination.. Another factor is that more awareness that is created about a particular outbreak, the more vigilant monitoring at the local and state level is.

Most people infected with Salmonella make a full recovery without treatment. The symptoms include diarrhea, fever and abdominal cramps, which takes to develop between 12 and 72 hours after infection and the disease 4 to 7 days.

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