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Salmonella outbreak In Racine, Wisconsin reaches 20 cases

Brent Killackey of the Racine Journal Times wrote on Friday:

The Caledonia/Mount Pleasant Health Department and the Racine Health Department are investigating a salmonella outbreak that, as of Wednesday, had reached 20 laboratory-confirmed cases.  Sixteen of those cases were in Racine County, including eight in the city of Racine, according to health department officials. Health officials were investigating two cases in Waushara County, one in Milwaukee County and one in Kenosha County that may be linked to the Racine County cases.

It will be interesting to see if a source is found.  For more information on Salmonella, visit www.about-salmonella.com.