MSU E. coli outbreak: source identified

Just read on the Free Press website that health officials have identified large bags of iceberg lettuce as the source of the E. coli outbreak that first popped up at Michigan State University and was later seen scattered across the state: The shredded and chopped lettuce was sold to restaurants and institutions from wholesalers, including… Continue reading MSU E. coli outbreak: source identified

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MSU’s E. coli Outbreak- not just MSU

The little E. coli breakout that was originally thought to be limited to Michigan State University’s campus has now been linked with several sporadic cases across the state of Michigan including 5 cases at the Lenawee County Jail. Health Department officials are continuing the traceback effort to find the source of the bacteria. According to… Continue reading MSU’s E. coli Outbreak- not just MSU

E. coli Alert- Local Outbreak

Over this past weekend, a number of Michigan State University students were hospitilized with severe gastrointestinal issues. The school and Ingham County Health Department immediately began an investigation as all the students were on-campus residents. Here in Lansing, a total of 10 cases were identified with seven students being hospitilized over the weekend. As no… Continue reading E. coli Alert- Local Outbreak