USA: Texas health authorities narrow scope of salmonellosis investigation
The Texas Department of Health announced today that an outbreak of salmonellosis previously linked to Dallas appears to be centered in the city's Wyndham Anatole Hotel, at 2201 Stemmons Freeway. Laboratory tests have confirmed salmonellosis in 16 people. But investigators say some 300 others also have reported having symptoms consistent with salmonellosis. All of the ill are believed to have consumed food or drink in the hotel at various times from 17 March through 12 April. The ill are from all 50 states.
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