Missouri Health Department
Six of 13 confirmed cases of E. coli in the state are linked to consumption of unpasteurized milk.
The cases were found in Boone, Howard, Cooper and Camden counties.
The ticks were found in the Central part of St. Louis County between the Manchester and Webster Groves area.
The Saint Louis County Health Department has no record of two cases of Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever. However, Missouri’s Department of Health and Senior Services does.
The State Lab is testing or has tested 51 samples from individuals suspected to have the illness. So far 26 individuals have laboratory-confirmed E. coli illness.
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