Puppies spreading drug-resistant bacterial illnesses

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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says puppies are to blame for spreading a drug-resistant bacterial infection to more than 100 people across the country.
According to CNN, the CDC says campylobacter bacteria has caused illnesses in at least 17 states.
It's a common bacteria that causes diarrhea, stomach pains and fever.

The main problem is that it is normally resistant to antibiotics.
According to the CDC, puppies from six pet store chains between January 2017 and February 2018 were responsible for the outbreak.
No deaths have been reported, but at least 26 people were hospitalized. Samples from all patients showed that the bacteria was resistant to all forms of antibiotics.
Without treatment, patients normally recover from a campylobacter bacterial infection in around five days.
According to the CDC, 95 percent of the patients say they had come into direct contact with a pet store puppy.

The CDC reminded the public to wash and sanitize hands before and after handling new animals.

RUNDOWN SHOWS:
1. Puppies responsible for bacterial infections in 17 states
2. Campylobacter causes diarrhea, stomach pain and fever and is drug-resistant
3. 6 pet store chains responsible for outbreak, at least 26 people hospitalized
4. Patients recover from infection in around five days

VOICEOVER (in English):
"The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says puppies are to blame for spreading a drug-resistant bacterial infection to more than 100 people across the country. The CDC says campylobacter bacteria has caused illnesses in at least 17 states."

"According to CNN, campylobacter is a common bacteria that causes diarrhea, stomach pains and fever, however, the main problem is that it is usually resistant to antibiotics."
"According to the CDC, puppies from six pet store chains between January 2017 and February 2018 were responsible for the outbreak. No deaths have been reported, but at least 26 people were hospitalized."

"Without treatment, patients normally recover from a campylobacter bacterial infection in around five days."

SOURCES: CNN, CDC
https://www.wdtn.com/news/u-s-world/puppies-to-blame-for-nationwide-drug-resistant-illness-cdc-says/1476521925
https://www.cdc.gov/campylobacter/outbreaks/puppies-9-17/map.html