Friday, March 22, 2019

Panera E.coli outbreak lawyer

Health officials have not definitely determined that the e. coli illnesses came from the Phillipsburg-based Panera. They are actively investigating the outbreak, including interviewing those who became ill to find a common source. Officials have stated that there has only been one case of e. coli in Warren County and that other cases had been reported as far back as the third week of March.

Consumers in at least four counties in New Jersey have been affected by an e. coli outbreak in the last few weeks. Six people in Hunterdon, Middlesex, Somerset, and Warren counties have become ill from a source that has been potentially identified as a Panera restaurant in Phillipsburg in Warren County.

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