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Today’s Infectious Disease News (11/21/19)

Blackberries Sold at Fresh Thyme Linked to 11 Hepatitis A Cases

Eleven people have become ill with hepatitis A after eating contaminated blackberries from Fresh Thyme Farmers Market. Health officials are warning consumers in Pennsylvania and 5 other states not to eat blackberries bought at Fresh Thyme between September 9 and September 30. The FDA is also urging people who froze berries bought at the stores to dispose of them.

Full Story: Associated Press

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