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E.coli O157 & Haemolytic Uraemic Syndrome


Latest figures from Norther Ireland

25th October 2012

Northern Ireland's Public Health Agency (PHA) has reported that there are now 124 confirmed cases of E.coli O157 in the country's worst ever outbreak. It is examining another 166 probable cases, linked to Flicks restaurant in Belfast's Cityside shopping complex. The increase in confirmed cases in recent days is not unexpected and is the result of probable cases becoming confirmed following testing. The number of probable cases is levelling off as fewer new reports are coming forward.




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1st February 2024

A recent news article in the Environmental Health News indicates the concerns the Chartered Institute of Environmental Health (CIEH) have over UK food safety being at risk, due to lack of staff. Food safety allocated posts supporte... ...read on
2nd January 2024

On the 29th December 2023 the FSA stated on their website “Chiltern Artisan recalls Chilli Sticks because of contamination with E. Coli. Chiltern Artisan has taken the precautionary step of recalling Chiltern Artisan Chilli Sticks because E. Coli has been fo... ...read on
28th December 2023

Amy Douglas, Incident Director for Gastrointestinal Infections and Food Safety Division at UKHSA, said: "There have been at least 30 confirmed cases of this specific outbreak strain of STEC in the UK." - Link below. ... ...read on
25th December 2023

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6th December 2023

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