The total number of campylobacteriosis cases reported in 2011 was 747. Campylobacteriosis incidence was 24.5 cases for every 100,000 people in 2011.
Campylobacteriosis activity typically peaks in early summer. Consumption of raw, undercooked meat, raw milk, contaminated water, and contact with infected animals are common sources of campylobacter infection.
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