Doctors have been alerted about a possible cluster of E-coli cases. If a doctor suspects Enterohemorrhagic E-coli, including E-coli O157:H7 infection, the physician is asked to notify the Health Department immediately.
Transmission of E-coli can include undercooked meat, unpasteurized diary products, pizza, salamis and other cured meats, contaminated raw vegetable products and restaurants.
Symptoms include dehydration, diarrhea and bloody stool, fatigue, fever, headache, nausea, vomiting and severe abdominal pain.
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