Idaho Falls Citizen Journalism

HELENA — A salmonella outbreak across the country has hit 14 people in Montana and is linked to contact with live poultry.

The Department of Public Health and Human Services said Monday that the new cases in Montana have been reported in 11 different counties. Those infected are from the counties of Cascade, Gallatin, Glacier, Jefferson, Lewis & Clark, Mineral, Missoula, Powder River, Ravalli, Roosevelt and Yellowstone.

The Centers for Disease Control said 372 people in 47 states have contracted the disease this year.

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