The Odessa American reports that Six Ajuua’s Mexican Restaurant employees have tested positive for Salmonella, but officials do not know if they contracted the infection before or after the outbreak was caught by Ector County health officials.
Ector County Health Department Director Gino Solla said the tests for the six employees came to the department Monday, and the number of lab-confirmed tests has increased to 10 since the outbreak was confirmed on June 6. The number of probable cases, he added, was now at 23.
The restaurant, at the request of the health department, closed their doors June 6 after complaints were made by residents. It has since reopened.
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