San Joaquin County’s Public Health Services is warning people about the dangers of undercooked poultry and improper food handling that can cause a gastrointestinal disease called campylobacteriosis.
People should also guard against homemade Mexican-style cheese, which is often sold at flea markets. Don’t allow fruits and vegetables to come in contact with a knife or cutting board that has also been used for raw poultry or other meat, according to Public Health.
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