Bayshore Residence and Rehabilitation Salmonella Outbreak Preventable: 15 Victims in Duluth, Minnesota Outbreak Due to Failure in Sanitation Practices

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Bayshore Residence and Rehabilitation Salmonella Outbreak Sickens More Than A Dozen 

At least four staff members are among the 15 victims in the Bayshore Residence and Rehabilitation Salmonella Outbreak.  The facility, which is licensed to house 139 residents, was located at 1601 St. Louis Ave. on Park Point

The salmonella has been traced, according to Doug Schultz of the Minnesota Department of Health, to poor sanitation.  The problem is likely contaminated hands of staff or residents, according to department reports.   Bayshore administrator David Uselman said he believed the bacteria originated outside the facility, though did not provide any information as to how he made that determination.

So far, two of the residents have been hospitalized.

The Bayshore Residence and Rehabilitation Salmonella outbreak occurred in August of 2017 when five people tested positive for Salmonella..

According to David Uselman, the staff have conducted a thorough examination and, it is believed, cleaned and sanitized the facility.

For more information about the Bayshore Residence and Rehabilitation Salmonella Outbreak, call the Salmonella Hotline at 1-888-335-4901.

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