The Baltimore City Health Department and the Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene have received more than 100 reports of illness after the Food Safety Summit held April 8-10 at the Baltimore Convention Center. According to an update sent out Tuesday morning to the approximately 1,300 FSS attendees, most of the illnesses reported relate to “self-limited diarrhea.” A state health official noted that they have heard from about 400 people and that no associated hospitalizations or deaths have been reported. “We are working on evaluating possible exposures and doing testing at the Maryland state public health laboratory to attempt
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