Iowa health officials say the confirmed number of Cyclospora cases in now over 100. In a statement, the Iowa Department of Public Health says while there are now 102 reported cases, the rate of new cases being reported is down. Dr. Patricia Quinlisk said that interviews with people affected by the illness indicate that vegetables were probably the source of the outbreak. If untreated with antibiotics, a normal person affected will have 57 days of diarrhea on average. Linn County has seen the most number of cases by far at 34. Polk County has seen the next largest amount with 9.