November 13, 2019

Salmonella Outbreak Associated with Delaney House Restaurant in MA

According to WWLP.com, a Salmonella outbreak is being investigated at the Delaney House restaurant in Holyoke, Massachusetts. Nineteen confirmed cases of salmonellosis and additional pending cases have been traced back to events held at that facility. In addition, five employees who handle food and one non-foodhandling employee tested positive for the bacteria.

SalmonellaState and local health departments are conducting an investigation. Owners of the restaurant are cooperating with the investigation. Those sickened ate at ten events held at the restaurant between November 11 and November 15, 2014.

The restaurant is not closing. The restaurant owners were notified on November 18, 2014 that one of their patrons was experiencing the symptoms of a Salmonella infection. No new cases have been reported since November 15 and a cause has not yet been determined. And the facility was inspected and found to be compliant.

The symptoms of a Salmonella infection include abdominal pain, stomach cramps, diarrhea, vomiting, and fever. Symptoms usually begin 12 to 72 hours after eating contaminated food. These infections are usually associated with undercooked meat, poultry, or eggs.

If you ate at the Delaney House or any of its associated venues in November and have experienced the symptoms of a Salmonella infection, please see your doctor. While most people recover on their own, some become so ill they must be hospitalized. And there can be serious long-term consequences from a Salmonella infection.

 

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