Maryland’s Health Department is warning people not to eat fresh crab imported from Venezuela, but say that crabs caught in Maryland are safe to eat.
At least nine people have been made ill by Vibrio bacteria in the crab meat with two of those people being hospitalized.
According to the health department, symptoms include watery diarrhea, nausea, vomiting and fever.
Containers must show where the crab meat is from and don’t be afraid to ask the restaurant you’re dining in where their crabs are from as well.
Catch Maurette on the all new “Sound of Praise with Maurette Brown Clark” show weekdays 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. and make sure you follow her on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram @SOPmaurette!
Think you missed something? Click HERE to see more from “Sound of Praise!”
Want gospel news at your fingertips? Text BMORE to 52140 to join our text club!
The Latest Music, Celebrities and Interviews: Follow @‘sopmaurette’
Sign Up For Our Newsletter!
Wendy Williams’ Family Gives Detailed Account Of Her “Heartbreaking” Downward Spiral
Bravo Fans React To Porsha Williams Filing For Divorce From Simon Guobadia After 15 Months Of Marriage
Mike Epps Calls Shannon Sharpe “Madea’s Sister” Amid Beef Over ‘Club Shay Shay’ Invite
Michael Regan Is Confirmed To Become Leader Of The EPA
D.L. Hughley On The Daily Show: Tyre Nichols Fallout
"Health is Wealth" - Ask The Experts Podcast 12/16/23
Good and Bad Celebrity Fashions from the 2024 People’s Choice Awards
Ask The Financial Advisor Podcast - 1/29/24