Joint Rapid Outbreak Assessment: Multi-country outbreak of Salmonella Agona infections linked to infant formula
This document provides an assessment of the public health risk associated with a multi-country outbreak of Salmonella Agona associated with consumption of potentially contaminated infant formula from France.
Salmonellosis outbreak with novel Salmonella enterica subspecies enterica serotype (11:z41:e,n,z15) attributable to sesame products in five European countries, 2016 to 2017
Meinen, A., Simon, S., Banerji, S., Szabo, I., Malorny, B., Borowiak, M., Hadziabdic, S., Becker, N., Luber, P., Lohr, D., Harms, C., Plenge-Bönig, A., Mellou, K., Mandilara, G., Mossong, J., Ragimbeau, C., Weicherding, P., Hau, P., Dědičová, D., Šafaříková, L., Nair, S., Dallman, T.J., Larkin, L., McCormick, J., De Pinna, E., Severi, E., Kotila, S., Niskanen, T., Rizzi, V., Deserio, D., Flieger, A., Stark, K.
Multi-country outbreak of Salmonella Enteritidis sequence type (ST)11 infections linked to poultry products in the EU/EEA and the United Kingdom
Between May 2018 and December 2020, 193 human cases of Salmonella Enteritidis sequence type (ST)11 were reported in Denmark (2), Finland (4), France (33), Germany (6), Ireland (12), the Netherlands (3), Poland (5), Sweden (6), and the United Kingdom (UK) (122). One in five cases was hospitalised. One death was reported. Fifty percent of the cases were children ≤ 18 years. The most recent case was reported by the UK in December 2020.