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Jordan Coriza, Department of Public Health

Jordan is the Director of Ethnic Media Engagement for the Department.

Autoridades federales y estatales están investigando actualmente el aumento a nivel nacional de las infecciones por Salmonella asociadas con los huevos con cáscara. El retiro de huevos del mercado por parte de la FDA no ha llegado a Massachusetts. El Departamento de Salud Pública (DPH) seguirá vigilando la situación diariamente para el caso de que surja nueva información que pudiese afectar a los consumidores de Massachusetts.

Eggs Sin embargo, este retiro sirve como un recordatorio de que siempre es importante cocinar bien los huevos y los productos preparados a base de este alimento, a fin de evitar enfermedades transmitidas por comestibles. Asegúrese de lavarse las manos, utensilios de cocina y las superficies de preparación de alimentos con agua y jabón después del contacto con huevos crudos, así como refrigerar los huevos no utilizados y/o alimentos que contengan huevo.

Para obtener más información sobre la seguridad en la ingesta de huevo, haga clic aquí o comuníquese con el Programa de Protección de los Alimentos en la Oficina de Salud Ambiental del MPDH al 617-983-6712.

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