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    A salmonella outbreak refers to a situation where there is an increased number of cases of salmonella infection reported within a specific population or geographic area during a particular period. This often occurs when many people become ill from consuming contaminated food or water, or through direct contact with animals or their environment harboring salmonella bacteria. Outbreaks can vary in size, ranging from a few individuals to hundreds or even thousands of people affected. Health authorities investigate such outbreaks to identify the source of contamination, implement control measures, and prevent further spread of the bacteria.

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