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Food poisoning cases strike two Naha City restaurants

Date Posted: 2011-07-29

Operating licenses at two Naha City food establishments were temporarily suspended this week following customer illnesses after eating their food.

The Okinawa Prefectural Environment and Living Division says four people who ate liver sashimi, a raw liver, at Yume Ikki izakaya in Kume district of Naha City, became ill after showing food poisoning symptoms earlier this month. Symptoms included diarrhea, leading officials to confirm the cause was campylobacter. Two victims were hospitalized, but are reported on the road to recover. Okinawa Prefecture officials suspended their operating license for three days starting from July 23rd.

In another incident, 15 people dining together at a luncheon at Don-Don-Tei restaurant in Naha City July 9th began experiencing diarrhea and other signs of food poisoning. One was hospitalized. Okinawa Prefecture confirmed the cause of their illness was salmonella, and ordered the business suspended for three days starting July 23rd.


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