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Salmonella Cases in Franklin County Not Related

County Health Official Says No Cause for Concern After Three Children Diagnosed

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Posted: Sunday, May 13, 2012 8:00 am

Three cases of salmonella have been reported to the Franklin County Department of Health since the end of April, but officials believe there is no cause for alarm.

Tony Buel, epidemiology specialist for the county health department, confirmed to The Missourian this week that three cases were reported in about a one-week period that started on April 30. Two of them were in St. Clair and the other was in Sullivan. All three occurred in children under age 10.

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