No Cases of E. Coli Related to Local Chipotle Restaurants

(Posted 11-5-15) As of Nov. 5, 2015, there have been no cases of E. coli related to any Chipotle restaurant in Benton County.

Benton County Health Department does routinely investigate cases of prolonged, severe diarrhea. Nausea, vomiting and diarrhea can be caused by several common viruses, most notably norovirus; symptoms for  most of these cases are resolved within three or four days.

Anyone with diarrhea whose symptoms are not improving by the third day, or who have fever over 101 degrees, bloody stool, severe abdominal pain, significant weakness or fainting should seek medical attention.

Anyone who has vomiting and/or diarrhea should:

  • Wash their hands often.
  • Call in sick to work.
  • Avoid preparing food for others.

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