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E. coli may become notifiable disease after farm outbreak

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Investigation continues as fourth farm closed after E.coli alert

A probe at a fourth farm, closed in the wake of the E.coli outbreak, continued today after the Health Protection Agency (HPA) found a potential link with three sufferers.

Third farm closed in E.coli alert

A third farm has been closed following fears of an E.coli outbreak, the Health Protection Agency (HPA) said today.

Five more E.coli cases linked to Surrey farm confirmed

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Second children's farm closed over E.coli

A second petting farm has closed following an E.coli outbreak that left 14 children ill in hospital.

Health chief sorry for E.coli farm closure delay

A top health official has personally apologised to the parents of children left seriously ill by an E. coli outbreak.

13th child in hospital in E. coli outbreak

Another child is being treated in hospital following an outbreak of E. coli on a petting farm, the Health Protection Agency said today.

Tesco leads 'league of shame' on cleanliness

Tesco is the least hygienic of Britain's big four supermarkets, with environmental health inspectors finding more serious problems at its premises than at Asda, Sainsbury's and Morrisons, according to a league table of checks by local authorities.

Mother of twins with E. coli attacks petting farm

Boys in hospital with kidney failure among victims of outbreak

Mother of sick twins condemns E.coli delay

The mother of twin boys admitted to hospital with kidney failure after visiting a petting farm in Surrey affected by one of the largest outbreaks of E Coli spoke of her anger today at the failure to close the farm sooner.

E. coli outbreak: thousands of children at risk

Manager of farm where victims contracted disease says he did nothing wrong

Twelve children in hospital after E Coli outbreak

Twelve children remain in hospital today - four of them seriously ill - after an outbreak of the bug E Coli, health officials said.

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