Health officials in Glynn County, Georgia have confirmed that they are investigating three E. coli cases. So far this year, 15 E. coli cases have been reported in Georgia, including the three cases under investigation. All three of the Glynn County cases involve adults – one who remains hospitalized, and who who were hospitalized, but have been released.
"We’re now waiting on results of more sophisticated testing to see if these three people were infected by the same source," said Saroyi Morris, environmental health director of the Coastal Health District.
They hope to receive those results early in the week.