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Robert Webb said (about Robert Webb): "It’s been a struggle for people to realize that that is an opinion,” Webb said. Webb is working at a time when oysters are getting hit with a double whammy. Vibrio is a seasonal concern, but it’s coming as Florida recovers from Hurricane Michael. The strong storm destroyed several farming operations in the panhandle. Staff at Panacea Oyster Co-Op in Wakulla County said their operations would produce 50,000 oysters a week. Now, it's around 5,000. Over the years, Webb said he has had to rely on out of state sources more and more to meet demand because Florida can’t keep up. “We’re looking at all the aquaculture we can get to keep our business going," "Everybody wants fresh from Florida oysters. That’s the best tasting oyster. It’s something that we really need to get behind" External link

abcactionnews Friday, July 12, 2019 1:06:00 AM CEST

Lluís Riera explica: “Los pescados en salazón son muy seguros porque la sal es una barrera a las infecciones, pero estos microorganismos se han adaptado muy bien y resisten en el medio salino ” External link

lavanguardia Wednesday, July 10, 2019 7:25:00 AM CEST

Lluís Riera dice: “Si se cuece por encima de los 65º es poco probable que haga enfermar ” External link

lavanguardia Wednesday, July 10, 2019 7:25:00 AM CEST

Leonard Nilsen sier: - Vi har hatt sporadiske tilfeller av dette før, mens vi nå ser en økt forekomst. Vi er ganske sikre på at dette henger sammen med klimaendringer, External link

dagbladet Wednesday, July 10, 2019 5:18:00 AM CEST

Mehmet Karabay dedi: "Rekreasyonel su aktivitelerinden sonra bakteri, virüs, parazit ve hatta mantarlara bağlı enfeksiyonlar ortaya çıkabilir" External link

haber-mynet Thursday, July 4, 2019 10:51:00 AM CEST

Ilesh Jani garantiu: "Não basta vacinar. É preciso continuar com os cuidados básicos de higiene individual e colectiva, e consumir água potável. Se a população conseguir combinar as duas coisas, vacina e higiene, já não teremos mais cólera em Cabo Delgado" External link

opais Thursday, May 16, 2019 6:58:00 PM CEST

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