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At least two Grant County residents are included in an outbreak of Shigella in Northern Kentucky.
Shigella is a bacteria that infects the bowels and causes the illness Shigellosis, which most often occurs in young children.
Eighty-seven cases of Shigellosis have been confirmed in Northern Kentucky as of June 17, according to the Northern Kentucky Health Department.
In Northern Kentucky, an average of 25 cases of Shigellosis are reported in a typical year.
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