(WTNH) - An E. coli outbreak linked to bad ground beef is getting bigger.
196 people have been sickened in ten states from eating the tainted meat.
Related Content: Recall: Nearly 57 tons of ground beef for possible E. coli
So far, no cases have been reported in Connecticut.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says at least two companies have recalled their products, but the contaminated food could still be in stores.
According to Consumer Safety, is important to report potentially dangerous products. Consumers who are concerned about the quality of their food should report any concerns to government agencies.
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