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Originally posted by Grey Magic
Please change your title you fearmonger.
The original article says possible biological attack? they're still investigating.
EHEC is the same as ECOLI so it can just be a case of bas foodcontrol, it wouldnt be the first time in Germany.edit on 26-5-2011 by Grey Magic because: added more information
Originally posted by JohnySeagull
"German officials admitted on Tuesday that latest tests showed the cucumbers did not carry the dangerous bacteria strain.
The exact source of the virulent strain of the bacteria is still not known."
this means whatever is doing the damage is still out there and unnknown.strange the title of the story is KILLER CUCUMBER but the end the story stating its not the cucumbers.
edit on 1-6-2011 by JohnySeagull because: (no reason given)
"This E.coli is a new strain of bacteria that is highly infectious and toxic," said the Chinese scientists at the Beijing Genomics Institute in Shenzhen city.
The WHO said it had also been notified of cases in Austria, Denmark, France, the Netherlands, Norway, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and Britain. EU officials have said three cases have also been reported in the United States.
Originally posted by DOSmallorca
According to World Health Organization (WHO) the EHEC Infektionszahlen rises also in other countries:
• Austria 2
• Denmark of 14, seven cases heavy of it (hämolytisch uraemic syndrome, HUS)
• France 6
• The Netherlands of 8, of it four HUS cases
• Norway 1
• Spain 1 (HUS case)
• Sweden of 43, of it 15 HUS cases
• Switzerland 2
•Great Britain 7