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One Dead, 46 Sick in Salmonella Outbreak Traced to Papayas

Federal officials have joined Maryland’s Health Department in a warning against eating yellow Maradol papayas because of Salmonella contamination, reporting one person has died and at least 46 others are sick in an ongoing outbreak that began in mid-May. The CDC posted this photo with the outbreak notice, describing Maradol

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