July 2, 2010: Salmonella Outbreak At Illinois Country Club

Officials at the Cook County Department of Public Health (CCDPH) are investigating a Salmonella outbreak at the Skokie Country Club in Glencoe, Illinois.

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As of June 29, there have been 29 confirmed cases of Salmonella associated with the outbreak, including seven hospitalizations. The source of contamination has not yet been identified.

The investigation into the outbreak began on June 24, 2010, and health officials are continuing to follow up on 50 additional cases of Salmonella-like symptoms reported by people who ate at the club. According to the CCDPH, club officials have voluntarily closed their kitchen facilities in an effort to prevent the outbreak from spreading further.

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