Two salmonella scares across Florida, at least 20 hospitalized so far

 A massive outbreak is popping up in states across the country, including here in Florida.

There are two salmonella scares out there and the first of them has already gotten nearly 100 people sick in almost 30 states.

The CDC said on Thursday that it is seeing 92 cases of salmonella from raw chicken products, including everything from pet food to chicken tenders. Two of those cases are here in Florida. The CDC also says that this strain of the bacteria is resistant to multiple antibiotics. 

In order to avoid being sick, the CDC says to wash your hands before working with food. Make sure to cook your chicken thoroughly and wash any kitchen tool that comes in contact with raw chicken. Avoid feeding your pets raw chicken products as well.

The second salmonella scare will be found in the produce section, as Marketside's Fiesta Salad with Steak may be contaminated with both salmonella and listeria. The ready to eat salads were produced from October 11th through October 14th.

The corn fed cattle and chicken might be the culprit here. 

The salads were sold at Wal-Mart locations in Florida. 

So far, 21 people have been hospitalized by the chicken outbreak and no one was been reported sick by the salad.