An Outbreak of Salmonella Typhimurium Phage Type 64 Gastroenteritis Linked to Catered Luncheons in Adelaide, South Australia, June 2005
Salmonella sp. are important causes of foodborne illness, with restaurants and catered functions being commonly reported settings for outbreaks. In June 2005 an investigation commenced following reports of gastrointestinal illness in attendees at luncheons catered by an Adelaide café, as well as persons eating at the café itself. The investigation sought to determine the existence of an outbreak, identify a source and method of transmission and implement public health measures to prevent...[Show more]
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