State: Uptick in South eastern Situations of michigan Legionnaires' Cases

State officials are working with health departments in Detroit and Macomb, Wayne and Oakland counties to investigate an increase in Legionnaires' illness situations.
The Situations of michigan Department of Health and Human Services says Friday that 73 instances of legionellosis were recognized in June and July in southeastern Situations of michigan.
An average of 30 situations were recognized over the same two months from 2014-2016.
A common source of the issue has not been discovered.
Legionellosis is a respiratory illness caused by Legionella viruses. The viruses tend available in normal water lakes and streams, but also can be seen in man-made normal water systems. Transmission to people occurs when mist or vapor containing the viruses is inhaled.
Legionnaires' illness is an illness with symptoms that include fever, cough, and pneumonia.