Another outbreak of Salmonella in the United States caused 68 people in 9 states. The source of discomfort was peaches

the novel coronavirus pneumonia outbreak has not been fully controlled, and salmonella outbreak has again started in 9 states, which has caused at least 68 people to be ill. It is reported that the “culprit” of the salmonella outbreak seems to be peaches. According to Forbes news and other media reports on the 23rd, the Centers for Disease Control and prevention of the United States pointed out in a food safety warning released on its official website on the 21st that problematic peaches were packaged or supplied by Warner packaging company from California. The CDC warned people not to eat the peaches and should choose to throw them away or send them back to the supermarket. At present, the salmonella outbreak has led to the hospitalization of 14 out of 68 infected people. The salmonella outbreak in the United States also affected Canada. The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) has issued a level 1 recall order and many importers are recalling the affected products, CBC reported on the 23rd. The peaches may be sold in bulk or have been repackaged. It is understood that food contaminated with Salmonella may not look or smell bad, but can cause disease. Young children, pregnant women, the elderly and people with low immunity may suffer from severe or even fatal infections, while others may develop short-term symptoms such as fever, headache, vomiting, nausea, abdominal colic and diarrhea. Before that, another salmonella outbreak in the United States had caused 869 people to be ill and 116 to be hospitalized in 47 states. At the time, the CDC said the source of the disease may be related to onions sold in the United States.