Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development supervisors say 32 people in Michigan have become ill because of the outbreak.
Walmart stores in IL have removed pre-cut melons linked to this outbreak from their shelves.
The investigation into the outbreak is expanding rapidly.
A CDC investigation indicates pre-cut melons, including fruit salads, are a likely source of the outbreak in Michigan, Indiana, Missouri, Illinois and Ohio.
Of the 60 people reported sick, 31 have been hospitalized due to illness associated with the infection.
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MI has reported 32 cases of illness, and IN has reported 11.
- The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is investigating a multi-state Salmonella outbreak linked to contact with live poultry.
The departments are urging anyone who purchased pre-cut melon at either Walmart or Kroger to throw it away. If you have recently purchased pre-cut melons from Walmart, throw it out. The CDC is not recommending people avoid whole melons. No deaths have been confirmed to date.
The illnesses reported so far began on April 30 with the last instance reported May 28.
According to Food Safety News, there are 32 cases reported in MI, 11 in IN, 10 in Missouri, six in IL and one in Ohio. In rare cases, salmonella infection can cause death when a person is not treated promptly with antibiotics.