• 80 people sick, 12 in intensive care, after eating Shigella (diarrhea s

    From Tyler@21:1/5 to All on Mon Oct 26 09:45:42 2015
    XPost: alt.food.safety, alt.food.mexican-cooking

    SAN JOSE, CALIF. (AP) Public health officials say more than
    80 people contracted a bacterial infection after eating at a San
    Francisco Bay Area restaurant and that 12 of them people have
    been hospitalized in intensive care.

    The Santa Clara County Public Health Department issued a warning
    to people who ate at Mariscos San Juan on Friday or Saturday.
    The restaurant had its permit suspended and remained closed as
    of Sunday.

    The department says many of the people sickened over the weekend
    by the intestinal infection caused by the shigella bacteria have
    required admission to a hospital. Symptoms include fever,
    abdominal pain and diarrhea.

    Dr. Sara Cody, Santa Clara County's health officer, says
    shigella can be spread by people who do not wash their hands
    after using the bathroom. It is treated with antibiotics.

    Calls to the restaurant by The Associated Press rang unanswered
    Tuesday.

    http://latino.foxnews.com/latino/health/2015/10/21/80-people- sick-12-in-intensive-care-after-eating-in-california-
    seafood/?intcmp=obinsite


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  • From Tyler@21:1/5 to All on Tue Dec 15 20:02:02 2015
    XPost: alt.food.safety, alt.food.mexican-cooking

    SAN JOSE, CALIF. (AP) Public health officials say more than
    80 people contracted a bacterial infection after eating at a San
    Francisco Bay Area restaurant and that 12 of them people have
    been hospitalized in intensive care.

    The Santa Clara County Public Health Department issued a warning
    to people who ate at Mariscos San Juan on Friday or Saturday.
    The restaurant had its permit suspended and remained closed as
    of Sunday.

    The department says many of the people sickened over the weekend
    by the intestinal infection caused by the shigella bacteria have
    required admission to a hospital. Symptoms include fever,
    abdominal pain and diarrhea.

    Dr. Sara Cody, Santa Clara County's health officer, says
    shigella can be spread by people who do not wash their hands
    after using the bathroom. It is treated with antibiotics.

    Calls to the restaurant by The Associated Press rang unanswered
    Tuesday.

    http://latino.foxnews.com/latino/health/2015/10/21/80-people- sick-12-in-intensive-care-after-eating-in-california-
    seafood/?intcmp=obinsite


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