There were 7,200 cases of Campylobacter poisoning in 2009 in New Zealand, and in the previous five years three deaths. A major source of the bacteria is raw chicken, and the poultry industry is progressively reducing this. Freezing or proper cooking of poultry meat kills the bacteria.
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