Sumary of Domestically Acquired Cyclosporiasis Hospitalizes 21, CDC States No Source Found Yet:
- Los CDC anuncian un aumento del 15% en los casos de intoxicación alimentaria Domestically Acquired Cyclosporiasis Sends 21 to Hospital as the CDC States No Source Yet Identified On the 14th of July, 2021, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) updated the report of domestically acquired Cyclosporiasis cases, now totaling 208 cases, including 21 hospitalizations.
- While the CDC reports annually on domestically acquired Cyclosporiasis cases in the U.S., the report is usually expected to include the source of the afore-mentioned intestinal illness, which is not the case regarding this year’s Cyclosporiasis report.
- According to the CDC, “many cases of cyclosporiasis cannot be directly linked to an outbreak, in part because of the lack of validated laboratory “fingerprinting” methods needed to link cases of Cyclospora infection.
- As of the 13th of July, 2021, there have been 208 reported, laboratory confirmed Cyclosporiasis cases in American individuals, who are known to have not travelled within the 14 days of contracting the illness.