Recalled medications were received in Del.

Laboratory technician Ruth Rutledge packages cerebrospinal fluid of the three confirmed meningitis cases in Minn., to send to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta for further testing, at the Minnesota Department of Health in St. Paul, Minn., on Tuesday, Oct. 9, 2012. The number of people sickened by a deadly meningitis outbreak has now reached 119 cases, including 11 deaths, according to the CDC. The states involved in the outbreak are Tennessee, Michigan, Virginia, Indiana, Florida, Maryland, Minnesota, North Carolina, New Jersey and Ohio. Officials have tied the outbreak of rare fungal meningitis to steroid shots for back pain. (AP Photo/Hannah Foslien)

October 18, 2012 5:57:13 PM PDT
Public health officials say 13 health-care providers received recalled medications from a Massachusetts company.

The Division of Public Health said Thursday that anyone who received spinal or joint injections from the providers after May 21 should watch for signs of illness and contact their doctor immediately if they become sick.

No illnesses in Delaware have been linked to New England Compounding Center medications.

The specialty pharmacy has been at the center of investigations into more than 250 fungal meningitis cases. The death toll rose Thursday to 20.

The health care providers are: Advanced Eye Care; Anesthesia Providers; Bayhealth Medical Center; Beebe Medical Center; Richard Bonder, MD; Christiana Health System; Glasgow Medical Center; Lewes Surgery Center; Pain Center of Delaware; Precision Pain and Rehab; St. Francis Hospital; and Swier Clinic.