E Coli (Escherichia Coli)
Causes/Transmissions and Similar Diseases
Prevention and Treatment
Currently there is no vaccine for E Coli. If you do find yourself having E Coli, you should rest and drink lots of fluids. In severe cases you might have to stay at a hospital.
Food borne illnesses cause 36% of infections. There is 73,000 cases every year. 3,000 people have died from food borne illnesses every year. E Coli has infected six continents and 30 countries.
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Keeping the public safe
How to keep safe in your home
What the government is doing to help prevent E Coli
How the prevent E Coli in industries
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