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Canwest News Service
Published: Friday, November 14, 2008
Two new cases of E. coli and 43 probable cases were reported in Guelph yesterday. Those
numbers are in addition to the original five confirmed cases that closed a
food outlet at the University
of Guelph last week.
Cameron Clark, a spokesman for Dufferin-Wellington-Guelph
Public Health, said all of those cases involved students at the university.
Lettuce is the mostly likely source of the outbreaks, health officials said.
Four outbreaks throughout southern Ontario
have been linked through lab testing.