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Other high-priority diseases include West Nile, plague, rabies, and brucellosis.
One of the notable developments for 2018 was a spike in Cyclospora cases, likely the result of multiple factors, the CDC said.
Thirteen people in 7 states have been sickened, and the manufacturer has issued a recall.
So far 63 people have been hospitalized, and a patient in California has died.
Fifty-seven people have fallen ill with salmonellosis, while Listeria has caused 1 death.
Officials warn the strain might be widespread in the industry.
So far 21 people in 5 states have been sickened in the outbreak, and 5 patients have been hospitalized.
The outbreak has sickened 73 people, hospitalizing at least 23, and led to a cereal recall.
The first outbreak-related death occurred in California, and cases have now reached 121.
Officials did not have specific enough data to issue an alert during the outbreak.
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