Some of poisoning were hospitalized in serious condition. The majority of poisoning cases reported in Michigan and in Iowa.
Earlier it was reported that a study of samples of meat from across the United States found that 96% of pork sold in this country are infected not very well known but dangerous to humans by the bacterium Yersinia enterocolitica, and Yersinia. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the bacterium infects more than 100 thousand Americans a year, with each diagnosed case there is more than 120 undiagnosed.
96% of the samples were infected with Yersinia and 11% — enterococci. Salmonella and Listeria, a common bacteria known and have been registered in the 4 and 3% of the samples.