There's A Major Salmonella Outbreak In Arizona & Officials Don't Know Why
It's affecting 23 states.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) released a statement about growing numbers of a specific infection across 23 .
The Salmonella outbreak in Arizona has affected 13 people so far, with a total of 212 reported cases in the country.
This outbreak is rapidly growing in size.
Officials say that the source has not been.
Most people who are infected may develop symptoms, including fever and stomach cramps, six hours to six days after being exposed.
The CDC is encouraging people to speak with their doctor if they are having symptoms.