By Kaitlin Sundall
Symptoms usually occur 2-5 days after consumption. Children under five and people 15-29 are most affected.
2. It contaminates up to 88% of chicken carcasses
3. It is the most commonly reported bacterial enteric pathogen in Minnesota
2. Don't cook stuffing inside of birds
3. Make sure the thickest part of any poultry product you're cooking reaches 165 degrees Fahrenheit
4. Wash your hands with soap after contact with animal feces
5. If someone in your household has the infection, make sure they wash their hands carefully and often to prevent spread