July 17, 2024

Holiday Inn Salmonella Outbreak in Cumberland County, NC Grows to 44

The Salmonella outbreak associated with the Holiday Inn Bordeaux in Cumberland County, North Carolina has grown from 18 to 44 patients. Thirty-six people in this outbreak live in North Carolina, and eight people are out of state. Five people have been hospitalized.

Salmonella OutbreakThe Health Department and the North Carolina Division of Public Health are asking anyone who ate at the Holiday Inn Bordeaux in Fayetteville since May 1 and became sick to call the county Health Department at 910-433-3638. The symptoms of a Salmonella infection include nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea.

The Holiday Inn Bordeaux has two restaurants: the All American Sports Bar and Grill and the Cafe Bordeaux. They also serve food from their banquet kitchen. A Salmonella hotline has been set up at 910-433-3824. Cape Fear Valley Health System has a Care Link education system staffed by registered nurses. You can call 615-5465 with questions about Salmonella.

Health Director Buck Wilson said in a statement, “we are diligently tracking this illness in order to determine the original source of contamination and we need anyone who consumed food or beverages and then became sick to contact us for an interview. We hope to resolve this soon. Our Health Department staff and state officials have inspected the facilities and any issues that ¬†might have contributed to the spread of the bacteria have been addressed.”

Anyone who has been ill with diarrhea or vomiting should not handle or serve food or drinks to others. Hand washing is the best control measure. If you have been ill and did eat at that restaurant, see your doctor as soon as possible for treatment and monitoring for possible serious complications.


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