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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is warning people to wear gloves when handling any food and water contaminated with ringworm, and to avoid spreading it to others.
People can be infected by the ringworm when eating contaminated food, drinking contaminated water, touching contaminated surfaces or using contaminated utensils, such as a fork, spoon, spoon applicator or spoon applicators, according to the CDC.
The ringworm is a bacteria-like fungus that can be spread through the air and enters people’s bodies through contact with contaminated surfaces.
The disease can be life-threatening and can lead to paralysis, death or severe respiratory complications.
Covid outbreaks in the United States, including the recent outbreak in Washington state, have been linked to contaminated food and drinking water.
The new ringworm outbreak is the first known ringworm-related outbreak in the country, the CDC said in a news release.
In the past, the virus has been found in food in restaurants, in contaminated drinking water, in household utensil handles, in surfaces and in people’s skin, according the CDC’s news release on Tuesday.
CDC says ringworm should not be confused with ring fever, a viral disease that causes a sore throat, fever, headache and joint pains.
It is a bacterial infection caused by a protozoan that lives in the mouth and can be passed on through close contact.