Old Aug 18, 11, 11:45 am
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pinkcat
 
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Originally Posted by HIDDY View Post
Yeah it's impossible to prove unless more cases on the flight had been found.
Seems as if many hours had passed between you getting off the flight and becoming ill though?
Salmonella species are colonisers, they take many hours to colonise the gut, 24-36 hours isnt unusual, they cling to the inside of the gut wall and breed happily while you are trying to get rid of them by various bodily means!
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