Cantaloupe-related salmonella outbreak includes Minnesota cases

The state Department of Health says three Minnesotans are among the 150 people nationwide who were sickened by salmonella after eating cantaloupe recently. The infected people -- two in their 70s and one child -- fell ill after eating cantaloupe between July 18 and 26, and have since recovered.
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The state Department of Health says three Minnesotans are among the 150 people nationwide who were sickened by salmonella after eating cantaloupe recently. The infected people -- two in their 70s and one child -- fell ill after eating cantaloupe between July 18 and 26, and have since recovered.

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