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91 views • April 11, 2018

At Least 8 Infected with E. coli in New Jersey

Aric Chen
The New Jersey Department of Health confirmed at least six people have been diagnosed with E. coli.  advertising The New Jersey State Department of Health said there were six cases of E. coli in the counties of Hunterdon, Middlesex, Somerset and Warren in New Jersey. They believe that the germs originated from a Panera Bread chain bakery. Currently, the New Jersey Department of Health is investigating Panera bread chain. The bakery has so far refused to give a response. The incubation period averages 3 to 4 days for E. coli infections. Symptoms such as abdominal pain, diarrhea, fever and vomiting may also occur. Experts suggest that food must be cooked, not to drink contaminated water, to wash hands before meals, and to maintain personal hygiene in order to prevent E. coli effectively. Reporting With NTD's Tingting O
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