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"This does not mean that WHO is not taking the outbreak seriously."
Two burger chains got an "A," one a "D-," and 22 an "F" for their antibiotic sourcing policies.
So far 62 acute flaccid myelitis cases—marked by sudden limb weakness—have been confirmed.
The report shows a 20% decline in antibiotics for food animals in 25 EU nations from 2011 through 2016.
The new cases lift the outbreak total to 211, including 135 deaths.
Among low-risk women, 1.2% who got clindamycin had a late miscarriage or very preterm delivery, similar to placebo.
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