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Foodborne Illness

 

Nebraska laws and regulations on foodborne illnesses regulate which illnesses need to be reported, the timeframe for reporting, and who is responsible for reporting. Reportable illnesses include, among others, botulism, listeriosis, and E.coli. Required reporting times vary from immediate for large outbreaks to up to a week for certain other illnesses. In some instances, the law may even require reporting of only suspected cases and the submission of samples alongside the report.

The foodborne illness dataset explores elements of the law including which particular diseases are reportable, the parties responsible for reporting, the method of reporting, and more. Click on the link below to learn more about the law related to that topic: