Fifty cases of Cryptosporidium have been traced to a farm on an island off the south coast of England.
The UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA)’s South East branch has tried to contact people who visited Hazelgrove Farm from April to the start of May on the Isle of Wight.
People are thought to have become sick after coming into contact with animals. The farm halted animal petting activity in early May.
No ongoing risk
Dr. Anand Fernandes, the health protection consultant for UKHSA South East, said there is no ongoing risk to the public associated with the farm.