Pennsylvania and CT reported two cases and the other states have all reported one, CNN said.
In conclusion, E. Coli outbreak in the United States has reached OH, where, until now, only one confirmed case has been registered by the CDC.
While no deaths have been reported so far, six people have been sent to the hospital including one person with kidney failure.More news: Jarvis Landry set to sign monster five-year extension with the Browns
The outbreak has occurred in Connecticut, Idaho, Missouri, New Jersey, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Washington.
"Some people may not be included in CDC's case count because no bacterial isolates are available for the DNA fingerprinting needed to link them to the outbreak".
Most people infected with E. coli will develop diarrhea, severe stomach cramps and vomiting within 3-4 days of swallowing the germ.More news: South Africa's Caster Semenya wins 1500m gold, aims to add 800m gold
"The investigation is still ongoing and a specific food item, grocery store, or restaurant chain has not been identified as the source of infections", the CDC said.
The first case of E. coli in New Jersey was reported on March 28, with other cases reported in Hunterdon, Middlesex, Somerset, and Warren counties, according to state Epidemiologist Tina Tan.
The suspected cause for the late 2017 outbreak was believed to be leafy greens. Both The U.S. Food and Drug Administration, and officials from the Department of Agriculture are assisting them in the investigation.
The CDC doctors recommend people in the affected areas to frequently wash hands, properly prepare foods, wash vegetables and fruits, and avoid unpasteurized products.More news: PUBG's Savage map returns next week