A salmonella outbreak linked to cantaloupes was investigated after infecting more than 40 people and hospitalizing 17 others.
Salmonella Outbreak Linked to Cantaloupes Infects More Than 40 People and Hospitalizing 17 Others
A salmonella outbreak linked to different brands of cantaloupes infected more than 40 people and hospitalized 17 others across various states in the United States, wherein the salmonella outbreak resulted in three brands removing their cantaloupe products from the market.
According to a report published in US News, health experts revealed the common symptoms following the salmonella outbreak, including vomiting, diarrhea, dehydration, and abdominal pain, which can be visible hours or days after getting the bacteria from eating some of the cantaloupe products involved in the salmonella outbreak.
While some people can recover from the salmonella outbreak days after getting the bacteria, others can be affected severely, especially those vulnerable to bacteria and viruses, such as seniors and young children, as the salmonella outbreak started.
Health Experts Encouraged People to Throw Away Recalled Cantaloupe Products to Prevent Infection Following Salmonella Outbreak
Ongoing investigation about the salmonella outbreak continues while authorities from various states advised people with symptoms of the bacteria after eating recalled cantaloupe products to contact health experts.