Four of the cases involve people who after returning from after returning from the trip to the U.

The current situation in Canada remains unchanged from earlier Government of Canada published advisories on the subject. Public health officials report five cases of Salmonella Saint Paul infection in Canada with the same strain of Salmonella infection with the outbreak in the United States connected. Four of the cases involve people who after returning from after returning from the trip to the U.S., suggesting that they were infected during their trip. In the United States cases, given the scale of the outbreak in the U.S., and the fact that many Canadians travel to the U.S. Officials with PHAC continue with their colleagues in Canada and the U.S. Are working the situation the situation and assess further to cases. Count.

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