The case count in the investigation of an outbreak of E. coli O26 illnesses related to Chipotle restaurants in Washington and Oregon includes 30 Washington residents and 19 Oregon residents.
Five Chipotle restaurants in Washington are associated with this outbreak: Hazel Dell, 7715 NE 5th Avenue, Suite 109, in Vancouver; 1404 Broadway Avenue and 4229 University Way NE in Seattle; 512 Ramsey Way 101 in Kent; and 1753 S. Burlington Blvd. in Burlington.
In Oregon 19 sick have been reported from Multnomah, Clackamas, Washington, Columbia, Linn and Lane counties. Four people have been hospitalized and they range in age from 11 to 74. Associated Chipotle Restaurants: Cascade Station (9687 NE Cascades Pkwy), Washington Square (9120 SW Hall Blvd), Lake Oswego (8 Centerpointe Dr), Tanasbourne (2048 NW Stucki Ave), Sunnyside (Clackamas Town Center) and Gresham (2065 NE Burnside Rd).
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