As of June 4, a total of 162 people infected with the outbreak strain of Salmonella Africana have been reported from 25 states and the District of Columbia. Illnesses started on dates ranging from March 11, 2024, to May 16, 2024. Of 127 people with information available, 54 have been hospitalized and 0 deaths have been reported. These cases have been linked to cucumbers.

However, the CDC and FDA are also investigating an outbreak of Salmonella Braenderup infections, with 158 illnesses in 23 states. The two outbreaks share several similarities, including where and when illnesses occurred and the demographics of ill people. Investigators are working to determine whether the two outbreaks could be linked to the same food. Information will be provided on the source of the Salmonella Braenderup outbreak as it becomes available.

However, there seem to be more that one Salmonella Braenderup outbreak.

101 Isolates Selected (entire cluster is 2,348 WGS)
Distance between selected isolates : minimum = 0 SNPs, maximum = 5 SNPs, average = 1 SNPs
Target creation date range : 2024-02-20 to 2024-05-30

And, there are others:

And, you think public health epidemiology is easy?