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According to Ireton, the bacteria can live outside animal hosts, and its sources include dead plant matter, fruits and vegetables, unpasteurized diary products, and meats that have not been properly cooked.

Pregnant women and people with compromised immune systems are particularly susceptible.

Ireton suggests that contamination can be avoided by cooking all meats thoroughly, avoiding dairy products that are not pasteurised, and washing all fruits and vegetables thoroughly before consumption.


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