Well, it’s been a week since we learned that consumers were being blamed for a multi-state salmonella outbreak involving under-cooked chicken.  Today, Wisconsin stepped forward with its perspective on the foul situation. 

The Wisconsin Department of Health Services said four Wisconsin cases are part of a multi-state Salmonella outbreak that has caused 32 illnesses in 12 states.   The department also said:

Since August, four Wisconsin residents have had laboratory-confirmed Salmonella infections that match the DNA fingerprints of the national outbreak strain. The four Wisconsin residents reported consuming frozen chicken products. Health officials will continue to monitor for additional cases.

Milwaukee County Adult male
Ozaukee County Adult male
Washington County School-age male
Adult female

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