Arizona, California and Utah hardest hit.

According to the CDC, illnesses that occurred after August 22, 2015 might not be reported yet due to the time it takes between when a person becomes ill and when the illness is reported. This takes an average of 2 to 4 weeks. Please see the Timeline for Reporting Cases of Salmonella Infection for more details.


As of today, a total of 418 people infected with the outbreak strains of Salmonella Poona have been reported from 31 states. The number of ill people reported from each state is as follows:

Alaska (10)

Arizona (72)

Arkansas (6)

California (89)

Colorado (16)

Hawaii (1)

Idaho (14)

Illinois (6)

Indiana (2)

Kansas (1)

Kentucky (1)

Louisiana (4)

Minnesota (20)

Missouri (8)

Montana (13)

Nebraska (2)

Nevada (9)

New Mexico (22)

New York (4)

North Dakota (2)

Ohio (2)

Oklahoma (10)

Oregon (8)

Pennsylvania (2)

South Carolina (8)

Texas (20)

Utah (37)

Virginia (1)

Washington (15)

Wisconsin (9)

Wyoming (4)

Among people for whom information is available:

Illnesses started on dates ranging from July 3, 2015 to September 3, 2015.

Ill people range in age from less than 1 year to 99, with a median age of 17.

Fifty-two percent of ill people are children younger than 18 years.

Fifty-three percent of ill people are female.

Among 290 people with available information, 91 (31%) report being hospitalized.

Two deaths have been reported from California (1) and Texas (1).

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