This does not sit well with DeLauro who asked Fitzgerald a series of questions, such as when the first E. coli infection was reported in the USA, when CDC began investigating the outbreak, and what is "CDC's justification for waiting nearly a month and a half before publicly confirming the outbreak?"
All of the people in the outbreak began feeling ill between November 15 and December 12, about the same time that an E. coli outbreak began in Canada.
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Canada identified romaine lettuce as the source of illness there, but where the greens came from or where they were contaminated is unknown.
The CDC's investigation has not identified a specific type, brand, or producer of romaine or any other leafy greens, which Wise says has made it hard to home in on a source. Because leafy greens tend to have a short shelf life-and because the last known illness related to the outbreak occurred last month-it is likely that the contaminated food that's causing illness is no longer available in retail stores or foodservice establishments. Because CDC has not identified a specific type of leafy greens linked to the USA infections, and because of the short shelf life of leafy greens, CDC is not recommending that US residents avoid any particular food at this time. The five hospitalized are in the United States with the one death in the US and one in Canada. Leafy greens, including romaine lettuce, were the cause of outbreaks from E. coli 0157:H7 in 2006, 2011, 2012 and 2013. In the United States, there are 24 confirmed victims across 15 states.
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency - which is similar to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration - tested samples of romaine lettuce as part of the outbreak investigation.
"State and local public health officials continue to interview sick people in the United States to determine what they ate in the week before their illness started".
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In the USA, the FDA, which had not posted any public information about the outbreak until today, is assisting the CDC, but has virtually nothing to report.
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For the record, symptoms of E. coli begin two to eight days after consuming the bacteria, notes CNN. People should also thoroughly wash fresh produce. It's also important to avoid preparing food when you are sick, particularly if you are sick with diarrhea.
This strain of E. coli, 0157:H7, produces a toxin that in some cases can lead to serious illness, kidney failure and even death, officials said.
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