State health officials are advising DE residents to avoid eating chopped romaine lettuce, as several nearby states including Pennsylvania have seen E. coli outbreaks linked to romaine lettuce grown in Arizona.
According to DPH, the infection is linked to lettuce grown near Yuma, Arizona.
No grower, supplier, distributor or brand has been identified as the outbreak's source, the CDC said.
On Friday there were 35 cases of E. coli reported. A spokeswoman for New Jersey's health department did not comment on questions about Panera Bread, but county officials told NJ.com that they're investigating a cluster of E. coli cases that are potentially linked to local Panera Bread restaurants.
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The first case was reported on March 22, and six people were taken ill on March 26, the peak day of the outbreak so far, the CDC reported.
The people affected range from 12 to 84 years old, and more females than males have been sickened, the CDC said. "In the meantime, we are looking into substitute lettuce that doesn't contain romaine". The FDA, along with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, recommend that consumers not eat romaine lettuce from that area.
Marler said he expects the number of reported illnesses nationwide to grow as officials investigate how romaine harvested from the Yuma region made it to retailers and restaurants around the country.
Officials also ask consumers to confirm the source of chopped romaine lettuce, and not to purchase or eat any if the source can not be confirmed. Most people get better within five to seven days.
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E coli can cause severe stomach pain and often causes diarrhea and vomiting. However, illnesses can start anywhere (within) 10 days after exposure..
The division advises Delawareans who have bought chopped romaine lettuce to throw it out. Three developed kidney failure. People experiencing such symptoms should seek emergency medical care.
Pinpointing the exact location of the E. coli infection has been hard.
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