Lindsay Alowairdi reports that 22 cases of Campylobacter have now been confirmed in the Durand School District.
Heidi Stewart, with the Pepin County Health Department, says all of the cases involve members of the Durand High School football team.
Campylobacter is a bacterial infection causing diarrhea, stomach pain, and a fever. Last week, more than 100 students in the district were reported absent.
Stewart told WEAU that more than 50 interviews have been conducted with the football team, people around the football team, coaches, staff, and others to try and help determine what caused the outbreak.
The school district says the worst of the illness seems to be passing, and as of Monday, attendance was back to normal at Durand schools.