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Hydro, Oklahoma, United States

Updated: November 10, 2022 8:35 PM
The OSDH is working with Custer and Caddo County Health Departments and other local partners to investigate the cause of an increased number of cases of Campylobacter and Shiga-toxin producing E. coli. The outbreak of the Campylobacter and Shiga-toxin producing E. coli was identified Oct. 25, 2022... See More in the Hydro and Weatherford area. Since the onset of the outbreak, OSDH and the local county health departments have worked with other partners to conduct tests and individual surveys of those who have presented with the illness.

To find the source of the outbreak they will apply a secure, electronic survey of all Custer County, Hydro, Hinton and Lookeba residents. The surveys will be shared with residents through the local Emergency Alert System. These surveys are seeking to find additional illnesses that may not have presented to a healthcare provider, as well as the differences in recent activities between those who have been sick and those that have not. The information collected is secure and will only be used for the purpose of determining a cause of illness.

Person-to-person spread is rare with these illnesses, rather it is more common to contract these illnesses through consumption of undercooked meat, contaminated raw milk or water and the handling of raw poultry or pork without washing hands or surfaces properly.

In case you are experiencing E. coli symptoms such as watery diarrhea (often bloody), vomiting; stomach cramps; and mild fever or Campylobacter symptoms such as diarrhea (often bloody), fever, nausea, vomiting, and stomach cramps, report it now. It can help to detect & resolve outbreaks early and prevent others from being harmed, and it enables better surveillance. If symptoms persist, seek medical care.

Source: oklahoma.gov
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Oklahoma State Department of Health is investigating an increase in stomach illness in Hydro, OK. The Department is still trying to figure out the cause of these illnesses. Out of an abundance of caution, department officials are encouraging people in Hydro to drink bottled water or boil... See More tap water for the time being. Also, they are now doing wastewater surveillance to get some answers, and 2 pathogens have been identified among lab-positive cases during this wastewater surveillance.

According to the news, OSDH public information officer Erica Rankin-Riley said "We don’t have confirmation water is the source of these stomach illness complaints, but we would recommend people who live, visit, work, or attend school in Hydro consider temporarily drinking bottled water or boiled tap water while in Hydro.", in addition, she said "As this is a rapidly evolving and dynamic situation, at this point in the outbreak, we can confirm new cases are still occurring,”

In case you experience vomiting, diarrhea, and nausea, report it now. It can help to detect & resolve outbreaks early and prevent others from being harmed, and it enables better surveillance. If symptoms persist, seek medical care.

Source: news9.com
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