CDC: Romaine Lettuce Safe to Eat Again After Deadly E. Coli Outbreak

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He has six cases open at the moment, against establishments in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Georgia, Arizona and California, including Panera Bread and Red Lobster. And 75 people have been sick enough to need hospitalization.

The website said it takes two or three weeks between when a patient becomes ill with E. coli and the illness is reported to the CDC.

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Health officials said Wednesday that almost two dozen more cases have been reported since the last update on May 9, including the first report of sickness in Oregon. The CDC website for the outbreak recommended that consumers not "eat or buy romaine lettuce unless [they] can confirm it is not from the Yuma growing region".

Though the romaine lettuce E. coli outbreak sickened more people in more states over the past week - including the first case in Nebraska - the true news in Wednesday's CDC update concerns the lettuce. The strain linked to chopped romaine lettuce is a Shiga toxin-producing E. coli, which can cause severe stomach cramps, diarrhea and vomiting, the CDC said. Therefore, it is unlikely that the romaine lettuce from the affected Yuma region is still being used in restaurants or stores as it has a shelf life of 21 days. After all the investigation and supervision only, it would be permissible to continue eating romaine lettuce, till then it is not permitted to consume in the U.S.

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The CDC noted that's because "romaine lettuce from the Yuma growing region is past its shelf life and is likely no longer being sold in stores or served in restaurants".

The number of people that have been infected by the E. coli romaine lettuce consumption can still increase because of the cases after April 2017. The FDA has added that they are trying to determine the cause of this outbreak and are trying to improve the food safety system.

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