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16 cases of Salmonella reported in Colorado after backyard poultry outbreak



The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and public health officials across several states are investigating outbreaks of Salmonella linked to backyard poultry.

A total of 1003 people are infected with the outbreak. According to the CDC website.

The CDC says evidence shows that contact with

Those chicks and ducklings have come out of several sources, including agricultural stores, websites, and hatcheries.

People can get sick with Salmonella by touching backyard poultry, which can carry the germs, or by coming into contact with places where they live and roam, the CDC said. Poultry can carry the germs while appearing healthy and showing no signs of illness.

For the reason, owners should always follow the steps to stay healthy in these animals.

For more information on the outbreak investigation and symptoms of Salmonella, visit the CDC website here: https: //bit.ly/2WJ1

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