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Investigators still looking for source of outbreak of E. coli infections in Austria

1 month ago   |   By Food Safety News

Austrian authorities are investigating an outbreak of Shiga toxin-producing E. coli infections that has affected a handful of people.
Between September and December 2020, six people fell ill with infections from E. coli O146:H28. Those sick live in five federal states. Two people needed hospital treatment.
As yet, there is no indication as to the source of the outbreak, according to the Austrian Agency for Health and Food Safety. It is understood other countries in Europe have not reported related infections.
The Federal Ministry of Social Affairs, Health, Care and Consumer Protection has...
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