(Olympia, WA) -- State health officials say there are 134 confirmed cases in ten counties across Washington of Salmonella linked to pork products. King County has the highest number of cases at 84, while Snohomish County has 24 and Pierce has 12. Yakima County has five cases of Salmonella, while Clark, Mason, and Thurston counties each have two. Cowlitz, Grays Harbor, and Kitsap counties each have one confirmed case. Health officials are urging residents to make sure pork is thoroughly cooked before eating it.