I notice there is a story (right side of page) about refrigeration of eggs. Living most of my life in the U.S., (and Always keeping eggs in the refrigerator), I was astounded to move to the UK and find that eggs in supermarkets are sold from a normal, non-refrigerated shelf.
That said, I don't see hordes of British people running to the hospital (or elsewhere) with salmonella poisoning.
So what is the real answer??