Health officials have warned they are investigating a national outbreak of Salmonella Enteritidis.
The cases of Salmonella were reported:
- Hampshire: 55 cases - 32 were connected with a single restaurant
- London: 25 cases - 11 people were hospitalised
- Cheshire and Merseyside: 33 cases - 31 related to a single restaurant
- West Midlands: 43 cases - 31 connected with Birmingham Heartlands Hospital outbreak
Cases have also been seen in France and Austria, Public Health England said.
There have been no cases of Salmonella reported in Wales or Scotland so far.
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