COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — The Ohio Health Department says two people have fallen ill from salmonella linked to dry dog food that was subject to a nationwide recall.

The two Ohioans, a 74-year-old woman in Franklin County and a 4-month-old baby girl in Morrow County, are among 14 people in nine states who the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention say are infected with salmonella.

The CDC says the outbreak is linked to multiple brands of dry dog food produced by Missouri-based Diamond Pet Foods at a Gaston, S.C., plant.

The Health Department on Friday reminded Ohioans to always wash their hands with hot water and soap before and after handling pet food or touching pets and before preparing food.