According to Chipotle, the E. coli O26 outbreak has been limited (so far) to seventeen Chipotle restaurants. Those locations are:


Turlock  (3090 Countryside Drive)


Burnhaven (728 Country Road 42 W)

New York

Amherst  (1643 Niagra Falls Blvd.)


Lyndhurst – Legacy Village  (24369 Cedar Road)
Parma  (7683 West Ridgewood Drive)
Akron (3890 Medina Road)


Gresham  (2065 NE Burnside Rd.)
Happy Valley – Clackamas Town Center  (12130 SE 82nd Ave.)
Hillsboro  (2048 NW Stucki Ave.)
Lake Oswego – Kruse Way  (8 Centrepoint Dr.)
Portland – Cascade Station  (9687 NE Cascades Pkwy)
Portland – Washington Square  (9120 SW Hall Blvd.)


Burlington  (1753 Burlington Blvd.)
Kent  (512 Ramsay Way, Ste. 101)
Seattle – Capitol Hill  (1415 Broadway Ave.)
Seattle – The Ave  (4229 University Way NE)
Vancouver – Hazel Dell  (7715 NE 5th Ave.)

According to the CDC, a total of 45 people infected with the outbreak strain of E. coli O26 have been reported from 6 states. The majority of illnesses have been reported from Washington and Oregon. The number of ill people reported from each state is as follows: California (2), Minnesota (2), New York (1), Ohio (1), Oregon (13), and Washington (26).

Among people for whom information is available, illnesses started on dates ranging from October 19, 2015 to November 8, 2015. Ill people range in age from 2 years to 94, with a median age of 22. Fifty-eight percent of ill people are female. Sixteen (36%) people reported being hospitalized. There have been no reports of hemolytic uremic syndrome and no deaths.

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