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E. coli outbreak alert: Do not eat any romaine lettuce from Salinas, California, CDC says

USATODAY.com Friday, 22 November 2019
Forty people have been infected with E. coli infections linked to romaine lettuce from Salinas, California, according to the FDA and CDC.
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The CDC is advising that consumers not eat and retailers not sell any romaine lettuce harvested from the Salinas, California growing region.

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