What can cause shigella infection?

Shigellosis. Shigellosis is caused by a bacteria called Shigella. It can be transmitted by eating contaminated food, person to person, or when infected stool enters another's mouth (ie. Poor hand washing).

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What leads to shigella infection?

Shigellosis. Shigellosis is caused by a bacteria called shigella. It can be transmitted by eating contaminated food, person to person, or when infected stool enters another's mouth (ie. Poor hand washing). Read more...
Contaminated food. Shigella is a food borne infection. It has been associated with contaminated meat but also other foods. It can also be spread from person to person by fecal oral transmission. Read more...