Two more cases of E. coli confirmed, brings total to 14

MICHIGAN --The Centers for Disease Control says there are two more confirmed cases of E. coli reported, this time in Michigan. A total of 14 people from six states have been infected with E. coli, including one case in Wisconsin. The CDC says preliminary results of their investigation has linked the E. coli to eating raw clover sprouts at Jimmy John’s restaurants.

Health officials are telling people to stay away from the sprouts until further notice.

A manager at a local Jimmy John’s office tells FOX6 News, all clover sprouts have been pulled from their restaurants until further notice.

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According to the CDC, all 14 people infected are females between the ages of nine and 49. Two people have been hospitalized, but no deaths have been reported.