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"For disease control and prevention said, no specific brand or source of the meat has yet been determined. The CDC says people can continue to eat ground beef. But the meat should be cooked thoroughly to one hundred sixty degrees to kill germs. The outbreak. Started in early March so far one hundred nine people have been infected with e coli a one three an unusual strain of the bacteria. They reported eating ground beef at home and at restaurants seventeen people have been hospitalized. No one has died. Half of the cases are in Kentucky. The others are in Georgia, Indiana,"