Source of Article: http://www.ncnewspress.com/articles/2008/07/30/news/doc4890c7c260d4e589144911.txt
E. Coli outbreak in
The Associated Press is reporting 11 cases confirmed in southeast
Kay Oestmann, health district director, said the investigation into the
of the four patients live together and the fourth patient may have been in
contact with them.
Symptoms of E. Coli include cramps and diarrhea that may turn bloody. The infection normally incubates 48 hours to three days, but some people may be infected for a week or longer with no symptoms.
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