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Outbreak investigation
Suspected organism
11-16-17 Elliott's Oyster House Norovirus
11-06-17 Rachel's Ginger Beer and Ma'Ono Fried Chicken Norovirus
10-27-17 11-06-17 Subway Norovirus
10-27-17 Bombay Grill Norovirus
08-30-17 Private event Campylobacter
08-28-17 Café Juanita Campylobacter
08-11-17 08-17-17 SAMBICA: Summer Camp and Retreat Center Norovirus
07-31-17 08-23-17 Tilapia from Seattle Supermarket Vibrio vulnificus
07-28-17 09-27-17 Salmonella outbreak Salmonella Stanley
07-18-17 09-22-17 Raw oysters from multiple locations Vibrio and Norovirus
07-13-17 The White Swan Public House Vibrio parahaemolyticus
07-12-17 07-17-17 Salted Sea Vibrio parahaemolyticus
04-28-17 05-01-17 La Hacienda Norovirus
04-27-17 Rancho Bravo Tacos Bacterial toxin
03-28-17 05-08-17 Raw oysters at multiple venues Norovirus
03-23-17 03-28-17 Girin Norovirus
03-21-17 The Crab Pot Norovirus
03-15-17 03-16-17 Mi Tierra Norovirus
01-27-17 Taylor Shellfish Norovirus
Date posted Establishment or event City
11-04-16 Mayuri Foods & Video and Mayuri Indian Cuisine Redmond
10-06-16 Irene Thai Cuisine Woodinville
09-12-16 Toulouse Petit Kitchen & Lounge Seattle
09-14-16 Memo's Mexican Food Restaurant Seattle
09-09-16 The Matador Seattle
08-22-16 Anjappar Chettinad Indian Restaurant Bellevue
07-18-16 Good Vibe Tribe Luau Seattle
07-11-16 Yoko 3 Issaquah
07-08-16 Fadó Seattle
06-09-16 Private event: E. coli O157:H7 investigation ---
06-09-16 Private event: Salmonellosis investigation ---
06-03-16 Miller's Guild Seattle
04-27-16 663 Bistro Seattle
04-27-16 Chili's South Indian Cuisine Seattle
03-15-16 Stanford's Restaurant & Bar Tukwila
03-10-16 El Camion 3 (food truck) Seattle
03-03-16 Small Frye's Fall City
02-10-16 Puerta Vallarta Restaurant Federal Way
02-03-16 Green Leaf Vietnamese Restaurant Seattle
01-26-16 Maggiano's Little Italy Bellevue
Infographic from the CDC describing the three types of data health officials use to solve foodborne outbreaks.

See the CDC's webpage on Investigating Outbreaks and related infographic (PDF) describing the three types of data public health officials use to solve foodborne outbreaks. 

Report possible foodborne illnesses
If you or others in your party got sick and you think it might have been from food prepared at a King County food service establishment, call 206-296-4774 during business hours (Monday - Friday, 8 am to 5 pm) to report the illness. 


Food establishment closures in King County
Public Health lists the reason the establishment was closed, whether it has been reopened, and the date it reopened. Reasons for closing a food establishment can vary and include such issues as failure to follow the permit process and unsafe food handling.


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