Research and analysis
Reports on general outbreaks of foodborne illness week by week including the organism and the number of people taken ill.
Ref: HPR 12(13)
Ref: HPR 12(9)
Ref: HPR 12(5)
An outbreak is an incident in which 2 or more people, thought to have a common exposure, experience a similar illness or proven infection (at least one of them having been ill).
A general outbreak is an outbreak affecting members of more than one household or residents of an institution.
For previous data see the archive of older reports.
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