A woman is battling a rare form of water contamination after drinking contaminated drinking water from a public water supply.
The woman is believed to have come into contact with the water after returning to the same location for a visit.
She has since tested positive for the rare waterborne disease.
Symptoms of the disease include fever, nausea, vomiting and diarrhea.
Symptom identification and treatment depend on the patient.
The water supply at the time of the incident is believed not to be the source.
Symphomatic cases are reported in a small number of cases.
The number of confirmed cases has been steadily declining since the outbreak began in April.