Agent Name

Campylobacter jejuni

Category

Infectious Agents

Comments

Outbreaks of Campylobacter enteritis have been associated with the ingestion of unpasteurized milk, undercooked poultry, and contaminated water. Reservoirs include poultry, cattle, puppies, kittens, swine, sheep, rodents, and birds. [CCDM, p. 86]

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