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Ongoing nationwide outbreak of Salmonella Agona associated with internationally distributed infant milk products, France, December 2017

Abstract : On 1 December 2017, an outbreak of Salmonella Agona infections among infants was identified in France. To date, 37 cases (median age: 4 months) and two further international cases have been confirmed. Five different infant milk products manufactured at one facility were implicated. On 2 and 10 December, the company recalled the implicated products; on 22 December, all products processed at the facility since February 2017. Trace-forward investigations indicated product distribution to 66 countries.
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Nathalie Jourdan-da Silva, Laëtitia Fabre, Eve Robinson, Nelly Fournet, Athinna Nisavanh, et al.. Ongoing nationwide outbreak of Salmonella Agona associated with internationally distributed infant milk products, France, December 2017. Eurosurveillance, European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control, 2018, 23 (2), pp.1039-1044. ⟨10.2807/1560-7917.ES.2018.23.2.17-00852⟩. ⟨hal-02263768⟩

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