I was sweet on a girl from a dairy farm in Tavistock back in high school, about 20 minutes from Brantford.
In a release issued Tuesday afternoon, public health said in response to questions from the community they are investigating all risk factors of E. coli.
“Municipal drinking water is not a suspected cause and remains safe to drink,” the release said.
Oxford County Public Health received a first report of E. coli in a Tavistock resident in mid-February, with a second report following one month later in March.
Residents who suspect they have E. coli should seek medical attention and contact Public Health at 519-539-9800, ext. 3500 or 1-800-755-0394.