At least 16 people have been sickened by an outbreak of foodborne illness which started at North Cape Elementary School in Wisconsin.
"We are in the process of doing an investigation," said Cheryl Mazmanian, director and health officer for the Western Racine County Health Department.
The incident apparently began about June 3 when a number of foods were served at a celebration for fourth-graders. Symptoms – diarrhea and similar gastrointestinal problems – were first reported about June 6, she said.
"Raw milk was served. We have not pinpointed it as that."
The 16 people infected includes family members who contracted the germs brought home from the school.
Mazmanian the public health type, actually said, As in similar cases, prevention comes down to washing hands and practicing good hygiene.
How about don’t serve raw milk to little kids?