GITNUX MARKETDATA REPORT 2024

Report: E Coli Death Rate Statistics

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"Every year over 128,000 Americans are sickened by E Coli, with an average fatality rate of 3%, meaning over 3,840 Americans die."

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"In the United States, about 73,000 people get sick every year due to E Coli, and 60 people die annually."

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"An outbreak of Escherichia coli in Germany in 2011 led to about 54 deaths and 855 cases of hemolytic-uremic syndrome."

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"Young children and the elderly are particularly at risk, with up to 10% fatality rate in those who develop hemolytic-uremic syndrome."

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"Hemolytic Uremic Syndrome (HUS) occurs in 5-10% of those diagnosed with STEC (E Coli) infection, of which about 3-5% mortality rate is seen."

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"In 2017, a multistate outbreak of E Coli infections linked to leafy greens resulted in 25 hospitalizations and one death."

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"The E Coli outbreak associated with Chipotle Mexican Grill in 2015 infected 55 people across 11 states, but there were no deaths."

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"A massive outbreak of E Coli in Japan in 1996 resulted in more than 12,680 schoolchildren getting infected, with 3 deaths."

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"In 2019, an E Coli outbreak related to romaine lettuce affected 23 states in the US, causing 85 hospitalizations and 5 deaths."

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"A major E Coli outbreak in 2000 in Walkerton, Canada resulted in 7 deaths and over 2,300 illnesses."

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"In Europe, the average death rate from E Coli is 0.25 deaths per 1 million people."

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"An E Coli outbreak in the UK in 1996 resulted in 17 deaths and 500 individuals affected."

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"According to WHO, Escherichia coli causes 1,000,000 illnesses, 9,000 hospitalizations, and 90 deaths annually in Europe."

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"In the US, the crude mortality rate for E Coli infections is 0.13 per 100,000 population."

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"The case-fatality rate for HUS following E Coli infections varies from 3 to 5 percent."

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"82% of E Coli related deaths occurred in those over 50 years of age in The Netherlands."

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"In Japan, an annual average of 1,922 patients were reported with E Coli from 2000 to 2012, with a total of 35 deaths."

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