Published on : Thursday, August 10, 2017
Norovirus is forming a devastating issue in Maumee, Ohio, after many of the people in Ohio are getting sick. For this a restaurant in Maumee has been closed, as many customers of a restaurant in Maumee are getting sick.
The Toledo-Lucas County Health Department said that more than 214 are infected with Norovirus. The investigating reports revealed the potential norovirus contamination at Mama C’s Donuts and Coffee in Maumee.
The Health Department in Ohio says St. Luke’s Hospital reported an influx of emergency room visits from people suffering the illness.
The customers reportedly told St. Luke’s Hospital that they had eaten at Mama C’s. The individuals reported eating doughnuts from Mama C’s between the dates of August 4th to August 7.
A spokesperson from the health department says more than 2014 people suffered from the virus and it is still continuing.
The Health Department says the restaurant has been very cooperative and voluntarily closed on Tuesday to deep clean the kitchen and sanitise the entire facility. The hotel owner confirmed to make the bistro more hygienic, which can take the precautious measure to stop the spreading Norovirus.
The health department is working to decide whether the potential virus contamination came from employees, customers or elsewhere.
The Health Department said that some of the customers could be sick and touch the counter. Right now, the restaurant is in the process of deep cleaning. They also feel sorry for everything that happened. For this the restaurant has been closed as there is a social responsibility. The shop will reopen when everything is back to normal and the health department does an inspection.
The restaurant remained closed for deep cleaning for better sanitation on Wednesday.