FSS Fast Facts - Salmonella

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Salmonella is the second most commonly reported cause of bacterial infectious intestinal disease in Scotland after campylobacter, with approximately 800 cases reported each year.  Most Salmonella infections occur after eating contaminated food or water or after contact with another person or animal with the infection. Download the fast facts sheet below.

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