SAN DIEGO (AP) — The Marine Corps says sixty nine recruits in Southern California are being handled for obvious publicity to E. coli and 9 have developed a critical complication.
These being handled Friday embrace 14 new instances amongst some 5,500 recruits at Camp Pendleton and the San Diego recruiting depot. The army says 9 developed hemolytic uremic syndrome, an issue that may trigger anemia and kidney injury.
General, about 300 Marines have been affected by every week-previous outbreak of the diarrheal sickness.
The supply of the outbreak is beneath investigation.
Coaching continues and a few 500 Marines graduated from coaching on Friday.
The Marine Corps says efforts will probably be made to permit recruits who needed to miss coaching to make it up.