By NewsDesk @infectiousdiseasenews
A salmonella outbreak in Maipú commune in Santiago Province has now affected 80 people, according to the Chile news source, T13 (computer translated).
This is up from 45 cases reported ill at the El Carmen Hospital with symptoms of Salmonella on Tuesday.
Health officials have linked to outbreak to the consumption of sushi at a Bokado sushi store.
“This is an important call for the preparation of these products, they must be cooked. They must not use salmon or raw seafood, they must use cooked products , ” said Health Seremi, Rosa Oyarce.
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