Subway is working with public health agencies investigating a salmonella outbreak involving units of the chain in 22 counties in Illinois, the state's Department of Public Health said Thursday. The department said 71 people have been sickened by the outbreak of the Hvittingfoss strain of salmonella, a relatively rare serotype of the bacteria typically associated with only one or two illnesses a year in the state. Illnesses of the Subway-linked outbreak were reported to have started between ...
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