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59 in Mississippi Ill from Salmonella Tied to One Restaurant

Food Safety News
by Dan Flynn | Dec 14, 2011

The Salmonella outbreak in Corinth has now been pinned on a single restaurant, so there is no threat to the general public in northeast Mississippi, the state health department advises.

But the Don Julio Mexican Restaurant in Corinth, MS is closed indefinitely after 59 of its customers and employees have returned cultures positive for Salmonella.

“Our investigation has shown that the incident does not appear to be a food producer or supplier issue,” Dr. Jessie R. Taylor, the Northeast Mississippi District health officer, said in a news release.  “It appears to be an isolated problem with this particular restaurant, and the restaurant is working closely with us to correct the problem.”

Fear that multiple restaurants and/or a food producer or supplier might be responsible for the outbreak rose last week when Magnolia Regional Health Center began filling up with people with symptoms of Salmonella infection.

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