• STEC O111
  • During April-July, 10 inmates at the facility received a diagnosis of laboratory-confirmed STEC O111 infection, and a retrospective prevalence study of 100 inmates found that, during March-April, 14 other inmates had experienced diarrheal illness suspected of being STEC O111 infection. (cdc.gov)
  • An environmental investigation determined that inmates employed at the dairy might have acquired STEC O111 infection on the job or transported contaminated clothing or other items into the main correctional facility and kitchen, thereby exposing other inmates. (cdc.gov)
  • An outbreak of STEC O111:H8 infections indistinguishable from E . coli O157:H7 at a youth camp highlights the need to improve non-O157 STEC surveillance. (oup.com)