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Increase of stomach illnesses in Hydro, OK likely linked to water

2 months ago

Hydro, 73048 Oklahoma, United States

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 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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