Coronavirus puts a bad impact on all industries worldwide. Today, DRAMeXchange released an analysis that states that although the pandemic disease is decreasing in China. It has spread rapidly in the Middle East, Europe and the United States.
The outbreak is fast approaching in the United States, and what the country’s people did not expect was that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) warned of a new outbreak.
According to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). This is a new Listeria outbreak that has been linked to an endemic mushroom called enoki.
Listeria is a bacterial food-borne disease. The most common way of infection is through the use of contaminated food. Although the disease is not as common as E. coli, it can be more deadly. Especially when pregnant women become infected. Currently, the CDC says 36 people have been infected with Listeria monocytogenes by eating these mushrooms, and 4 have died.
From March 9, the end of November to the middle of December 2019, 36 confirmed cases have been reported in 17 states in the United States. Of these 36 cases, 30 were hospitalizations, 6 involved pregnant women, and 2 were abortions.
In addition, the CDC pointed out that Listeria could survive and even spread to other foods and surfaces in the refrigerator. And the CDC is still investigating whether other products. May be related to this outbreak.