Long history of E. coli and other food poisoning outbreaks at Chipotle


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Washington and Oregon Health officials are investigating an E. coli outbreak linked to six Chipotle restaurants in Washington state and Oregon, health officials said on October 31st. Three people in the Portland area and at least 19 people in Washington have become sick after eating at the Mexican food chain since October 14. In Washington, nine cases have been reported in Clark County, four in King County, five in Skagit County and one in Cowlitz County, state health officials said in a release. People have reported symptoms of infection in Clackamas and Washington counties in Oregon. 43 Chipotle restaurants have been closed in the two states.

Here is a bit(e) of history of Chipotle Outbreaks:

2015 Outbreak of Norovirus, Chipotle restaurant, Simi Valley, California

2015 Salmonella Newport Outbreak, Chipotle Restaurants in Minnesota

Church Brothers LLC/ Cafe Rio Restaurant/ Chipotle Restaurant Romaine Lettuce 2009- E. coli

Apple Valley Chipotle Mexican Grill Lettuce 2009-Campylobacter

Chipotle Grill Restaurant Unknown 2008-Hepatitis A

Chipotle Grill Restaurant Burritos 2008-Norovirus

Read full, original post: History of E. coli, Salmonella, Campylobacter, Hepatitis A and Norovirus Outbreaks at Chipotle

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