The CDC says in the last two weeks, there are reports of nine more cases of E. coli from romaine lettuce consumption, including one person in Louisiana.

The state health department says it's likely the person was infected during the outbreak Thanksgiving week.

The latest cases bring the total to 52 people across the U.S. Most of the cases were in California and New Jersey. The only other southern state to report one case is Florida.

The CDC says you should check the labels on the bag. The contamination has been linked to romaine grown in northern and central California.

Click this link for a map tracking recorded cases.