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46 Confirmed Cases of Rare E. Coli Outbreak in Kentucky
46 Confirmed Cases of Rare E. Coli Outbreak in Kentucky

There have been at least 46 confirmed cases of E. coli in Kentucky in the first quarter of 2019, and the cause of the outbreak has been linked to consumption of ground beef. There are 109 total known cases in 6 states, most of them being in Kentucky, Ohio, and Tennessee. ...

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