Monterey County Jail
The Salinas Californian reports that illness has spread at the Monterey County Jail, leaving about 75 inmates with diarrhea and stomach cramping in what the county Health Department says might be a food-borne outbreak.
Reports of sickness at the jail infirmary started Sunday, and by Monday morning, 20 inmates had complained of diarrhea and bloody stool, the jail announced.
As of Monday night, 75 cases had been reported, the Sheriff’s Office said.
“We’re waiting to see what the cause is,” said Chief Deputy Bert Liebersbach of the custody operations bureau.Continue Reading County investigates jail outbreak: Food-borne illness suspected

Paul Muschick and Christopher Schnaars of the Tribune Business News report that Northampton County Prison has, according to this story, stored food in a bathroom, did not have hot water or soap for kitchen workers to wash their hands and used refrigerators not cold enough to safely store food.
The story says that the conditions

Norman ‘Gus’ Thomas of Caribbean Net News reports that health officials are carrying out an investigation into reports of food poisoning at the prison in St Kitts.
Caribbean Net News has learned that there has been an alleged cover-up of the problem and, when the St Kitts Sun newspaper broke the story, Health Officials and the Ministry of National Security, Justice, Immigration and Labour were seen scrambling to issue an official release, which only served to confirm the newspaper’s story.Continue Reading Food poisoning outbreak in St Kitts prison