An outbreak of Salmonella infections impacting 62 people across 11 states has been linked to frozen raw tuna, according to CDC.
The outbreak is caused by Salmonella Paratyphi B variant L(+) tartrate(+) bacteria, formerly known as Salmonella Java and has led to 11 hospitalizations.
On July 21, Osamu Corporation issued two voluntary recalls of frozen yellowfin tuna from a processing plant in Indonesia. CDC says the outbreak is likely due to consumption of sushi which many of the ill reportedly ate within a week of becoming sick.
More information can be found on the CDC website.