State health officials are investigating an outbreak with ties to Wisconsin. So far, at least eight Wisconsin residents have contracted the same strain of Salmonella Bareilly that has shown up in 19 states.
Nationwide, 90 people have been sickened by the infection.
In Wisconsin, state Department of Health Services spokeswoman Stephanie Smiley says three people were hospitalized. All eight have made a full recovery. Each of the Wisconsin infections was in Milwaukee and Waukesha Counties.
While some of the victims reported eating sushi before they got sick, Smiley says not everyone shared that connection. As a result, she says the source remains unknown at this time.
Smiley says anyone experiencing symptoms of Salmonella poisoning, such as fever, abdominal cramps or diarrhea, should contact their health care provider. She says that could give health officials more data to try and find a common link between patients.
UPDATE: State Health Officials have confirmed a 9th Wisconsin case tied to the nationwide outbreak.
AUDIO: Andrew Beckett reports (1:06)