Arby’s, located at 3009 S. Dirksen Pkwy. in Springfield, Illinois is closed again after at least 100 food poisoning cases were reported.
Arby’s reopened last week after several reports of food poisoning from the restaurant were made.
As of Wednesday, March 10, 92 people reported getting sick after eating from there.
The Sangamon County Department of Public Health said this location has closed again for deep cleaning and employee training.
The health department recommended the closure, cleaning, and training, and Arby’s agreed to it.
County health officials confirmed the norovirus was the cause of the food poisoning outbreak.
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