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E. coli contaminates UGuelph food

Seven confirmed cases of contamination

The Guelph Mercury originally reported four confirmed and sixteen suspected cases of E. Coli contamination at University of Guelph food-services facilities. The school has since updated that total to seven confirmed cases.

The contamination apparently occurred between July 21 and July 23, and health officials believe it to be an isolated case. No facilities will be shut down as a result of the outbreak.