Salmonella, Hepatitis, And Flu On The Rise In Palm Beach County

BOCA RATON, FL ( — The Palm Beach County Health Department’s weekly list of who’s got what (or, more accurately, how many people have what) is out, and it reveals some interesting numbers. There are 16 cases of Haemophilus Influenzae invasive disease, that’s up from 10 this time last year. There are 368 reported cases of Salmonella food poisoning, that’s down from 382 this time last year, and 58 people had possible exposure to rabies…that’s down from 47 this time last year.

Lyme disease is holding steady with 14 cases. It’s identical to last year.

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