The California Department of Food and Agriculture (CDFA) says it has been notified by California’s largest health department of an outbreak of bacteria in California.
The outbreak has been linked to a food facility in Long Beach that has served customers of the same restaurant chain.
The California State Department of Public Health says it is investigating the outbreak and has notified all food establishments in Long Island County, which includes Long Beach, that it has received an outbreak.
The health department is also monitoring the county’s outbreak of Listeriosis in Long Branch, New York.
A statement from the state department says the health department has identified six restaurants in Long Bays County that are receiving a potential food-borne illness outbreak.
It says all restaurants are being tested and that all of the infected people are being isolated and tested for Listerium-19.
The department says that those who tested positive are being released from isolation.
The state health department says all of its local health departments are now coordinating their own health alerts for L.S.D. The agency says there are no illnesses associated with the L.s.d. outbreak.
In the United States, there have been more than 700 reported cases of L. s.d., the CDC says.
Listerius is a bacterial infection caused by the bacterium Listeri, which is present in some foods such as meat, poultry, and eggs.
The bacteria can be found in the intestines of humans, pets, and other animals.
S.D.’s symptoms include diarrhea, abdominal cramps, fever, and headache.
Symptoms typically begin with mild fever followed by mild fatigue, followed by muscle aches, soreness, and pain.
People infected with L. listeri have the same symptoms but are usually milder.
If symptoms develop, they may progress to more serious illness.