The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment is currently investigating an outbreak of Cyclospora on the Western Slope. As of June 15, there have been 62 cases reported in Colorado since May 1, 2023. These cases have not resulted in any hospitalizations or deaths. Historically, Colorado has averaged 63 cases per year between 2017

According to Food Safety News, patient counts continue to increase in three cyclospora outbreaks and one Salmonella outbreak.

Sources of the parasite and the bacteria have not yet been determined, according to updates from the Food and Drug Administration.

Patient counts are holding steady in two outbreaks of infections from E. coli. An outbreak from

Non-travel related Cyclospora infections under investigation: July 18, 2023 New

Cyclospora investigation overview (as of July 18, 2023)

Each spring and summer, Canada sees an increase in non-travel related Cyclospora illnesses reported to the Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC). PHAC is working with its public health and food safety partners to identify possible ways infections

In an outbreak of infections from the microscopic parasite Cyclospora, the FDA has initiated onsite inspections and has begun sample collection and analysis, However, the agency has not reported what location is being inspected or what food is being sampled. 

The case count in the outbreak has increased from 37 patients a week ago to

This is an update on the number of  illnesses acquired in the United States with onset on or after April 1, 2023. Cases continue to be reported. States reporting cases: Arizona, Georgia, Texas, New York, Alabama, South Carolina, Colorado, Virginia, North Carolina, Florida, California, Connecticut, Michigan, New Jersey, Illinois, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Wyoming, Maryland, Minnesota, Nebraska