Iowa, Nebraska cases of intestinal illness rise
DES MOINES (AP) — More cases of a food-borne intestinal illness have been confirmed in Iowa and Nebraska, with Iowa upping its total Monday to 71 cases of cyclosporiasis and Nebraska raising its to 48.
That’s up from 60 cases in Iowa on Saturday and 35 in Nebraska a day earlier.
Linn County, in eastern Iowa, continued to lead the state with 27 cases. Four cases were reported in Polk County, and 17 other counties reported one case each. Three people have been hospitalized.
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