E. Coli Linked to Costco Chicken Salad

The Center for Disease Control and Prevention has confirmed that Costco chicken salad is responsible for several individuals sustaining E. Coli illnesses. There have been at least 19 people who have become infected across seven states in the U.S. Costco Wholesale stores sold rotisserie chicken salad that has been linked to E. Coli resulting in five individuals requiring hospitalization and two suffered kidney failure. The CDC does not know the ingredient within the chicken salad that is contaminated and on November 20th, Costco stopped selling the item. The states where individuals became ill are Missouri, Utah, Montana, Virginia, Washington, California, and Colorado.

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