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More deaths in the E. coli outbreak tied to romaine lettuce
02 June 2018, 01:13 | Rodolfo Wallace
Lettuce now on shelves is probably safe but there is a lag in reporting illness and death from tainted produce
Health officials said there are now 197 cases across 35 states.
Health officials have tied the E. coli outbreak to romaine lettuce grown in Yuma, Arizona.
Still, the CDC warns that iIllnesses that occurred after May 6, 2018 might not yet be reported due to the time it takes between when a person becomes ill and when the illness is reported. Two people from Minnesota, one person from Arkansas and one person from NY have died, according to the update.
In early May, the Minnesota Department of Health confirmed 10 cases of E. coli infection in Minnesota, with three requiring hospitalization. While almost 90 percent of those who fell ill reported eating romaine lettuce in the week before they were sickened, some told the CDC that they did not personally eat the lettuce but were in close contact with somebody who did.
Officials said that first illness began sometime between March 13 and May 12.
Almost half of those who became ill had to be hospitalized.
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