Update, Nov. 3
The count of individuals infected with Legionnaires’ disease in downtown Flushing was increased to 15 on Thursday by the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DOHMH), according to news reports. The DOHMH said the 15th person was infected well before Oct. 24, when the department announced the cluster. That

The Randolph County Health Department has advised Cross Road Retirement Community in Asheboro, NC, to take precautionary measures after a former and current resident tested positive for Legionnaires’ disease, according to news reports.

The former resident tested positive for Legionnaires’ disease after moving out of the assisted-living facility, but it’s believed that the patient

The 12th Street entrance to the Illinois Veterans Home, the largest and oldest veterans’ home in the state of Illinois.

Legionnaires’ disease is once again afflicting the Illinois Veterans Home in Quincy, IL, after two residents contracted the disease and one victim died, according to multiple news reports.

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Williamson County and Cities Health District (WCCHD) officials have confirmed a sixth case of Legionnaires’ disease at the SpringHill Suites by Marriott in Round Rock, TX, a suburb of Austin, according to multiple news reports.

The infected individual was a recent guest of the hotel and is currently hospitalized, according to a WCCHD spokesperson.



ECMC on Sept. 15, 2005. PHOTO/Harry Scull, Jr., Buffalo News

The Erie County Medical Center in Buffalo, NY, found slightly elevated levels of Legionella bacteria in the hospital’s water supply. Testing was ordered after a patient was suspected of being sickened with

Two Legionnaires' disease cases were reported at The Ohio State University.Two individuals on The Ohio State University campus in Columbus have been diagnosed with Legionnaires’ disease, according to numerous news reports.

A statement released by university officials said Columbus Public Health (CPH) informed the two – one student and an employee – that they believe there is no connection between the cases.

The source of

Two cases of Legionnaires' disease were reported at SilverCreek on MainTwo residents at an assisted living center in Maple Grove, MN, have been confirmed with Legionnaires’ disease, causing an investigation by the Minnesota Department of Health (MDOH), according to news reports. Both are residents of SilverCreek on Main.

The first person began showing symptoms Aug. 22, while the second started showing Sept. 12. Both