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North Carolina E. coli Outbreak traced to restaurant

Lab tests have confirmed four cases of E. coli so far, and another nine cases are considered probable and are awaiting lab tests.

Officials say many of the sick people ate at the Captain’s Galley Restaurant prior to becoming ill.

The North Carolina Division of Public Health is conducting an investigation into the outbreak along with Rowan and Cabbarus County health departments.
 

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