An additional five cases have bumped up the number of confirmed Campylobacter infections linked to raw milk produced by the Your Family Cow dairy to 65, the Pennsylvania Department of Health reported Monday.

The latest breakdown of illnesses by state are: Pennsylvania (56); Maryland (4), West Virginia (3) and New Jersey (2).

Unpasteurized milk in two unopened bottles from the dairy tested positive for the outbreak Campylobacter strain, according to Maryland health officials.

After making some improvements to its equipment, the Family Cow dairy was cleared by the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture to resume selling raw milk last week.