The U.S. Food and Drug Administration said on April 13 that eggs from Rose Acre Farm facility in Hyde County, North Carolina could be contaminated with a salmonella form that could cause serious infection.

The salmonella virus affects approximately 207 million eggs produced on a farm in North Carolina, the United States. Eggs were sold to stores and restaurants in 9 states under various brand names. These states are Colorado, Florida, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Virginia and West Virginia. FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb in your Twitter message, “consumers should not eat them with the eggs. Discard them or return them to the place where you purchased them.”he gave his testimony. The FDA announced that 22 people reported signs of disease. The producer company, on the other hand, voluntarily called back the eggs. Recall is equivalent to almost 10-day production on a farm producing 2.3 million eggs a day.