Campylobacter is a very common form of gastro-enteritis. It is more common than salmonella and is one of the main diseases people catch when travelling.
Campylobacter is commonly caught from:
The illness usually occurs within 2–10 days of infection but it can be up to 14 days before the symptoms appear.
If you report your infection, the council’s investigating officer will give you a more general leaflet on infection control.