In April, the outbreak was traced back to lettuce grown in the Yuma region of Arizona, later resulting in a halt in production of all lettuce from the region. Specifically, the outbreak strain has been identified in the canal water samples from the growing region of Yuma, Arizona.
"More work needs to be done to determine just how and why this strain of E. coli 0157:H7 could have gotten into this body of water and how that led to contamination of romaine lettuce from multiple farms", he said.
It was the nation's largest E. coli food poisoning outbreak in more than a decade. Single deaths were reported from Arkansas, California and NY, and two people died in Minnesota. The agency received confirmation of the final harvest of romaine from the Yuma region on May 2, and the vegetable has a 21-day shelf life.
Five people died and 210 got sick in the E. coli outbreak that affected people in 36 states. Two hundred people got sick and five died in the recent outbreak - two in Minnesota and one each in Arkansas, California, and NY.
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Things have changed. Now the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says all the tainted romaine should be gone from restaurants and grocery stores and is no longer a risk.
Questions remain about how the bacteria ended up in the canal. Of those who endured hospitalizations, 27 developed a type of kidney failure called hemolytic uremic syndrome.
None of the people who received the vaccine became ill, according to the Congolese health ministry, The Times reported. Suspected cases continue to appear, but there have not been any laboratory-confirmed cases since June 6. Only a few can cause diarrhea, severe infections like pneumonia, or death.
As of Wednesday, more than 1,500 people who'd had contact with confirmed or probable Ebola patients had been followed for 21 days and had no Ebola symptoms, the World Health Organization said.