The Texas Department of State Health Services is investigating Cyclospora infections in Texas after 52 new cases were reported last week.
Cyclospora is making people sick across Texas. The parasite is causing intestinal illnesses in the Lone Star State for the third summer in a row.
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Tarrant County has seen eight cases over the last month alone; 61 people have come down with the stomach bug across Texas.
Workers with Tarrant County Public Health (TCPH) are advising healthcare providers to be on the lookout for patients with Cyclosporiasis.
The CDC says it has found evidence that many of those sickened in Texas ate at the same restaurant, but that it does not “show a connection” to salad mix produced at Mexican farm.
As the number of Texans sickened by the cyclospora infection continues to grow, tracking the source of the outbreak is moving painstakingly slow.
The number of people sickened by “cyclosporiasis” — a nasty stomach bug — grew dramatically on Thursday.
The number of North Texans sickened by “cyclosporiasis” — a nasty stomach bug — grew dramatically on Thursday.