Food Safety News - 01/15/2022 Salmonella sickens 16 in Norway; source unknown

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Salmonella sickens 16 in Norway; source unknown
By Joe Whitworth on Jan 15, 2022 12:02 am
A rare type of Salmonella has infected 16 people in Norway with the majority needing hospital treatment. The Norwegian Institute of Public Health (Folkehelseinstituttet) reported that the Salmonella Blockley outbreak had affected people living in several counties in the country. The source of infection is unknown, so an investigation has been started with the Norwegian... Continue Reading

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