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Local dinner possible cause of salmonella infection
08/10/2018

(KAIR)--A dinner at a Doniphan County church is being investigated as the possible cause of a possible salmonella infection outbreak.

According to a news release issued by the Doniphan County Health Department, that agency, in conjunction with the Kansas Department of Health and Environment, is seeking information pertaining to the election day Indian Taco Dinner, held at the Highland United Methodist Presbyterian Church, on Tuesday, August 7.

The release states that one Kansas resident has tested positive with salmonella after attending the dinner, in Highland.

Anyone who attended the dinner is being asked to complete an online survey that has been established, or to call 785-985-3591 or 877-427-7317.

The release notes that anyone who became ill following the dinner should contact a health care provider.

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