Colorado public health officials have confirmed three cases of typhoid fever among individuals who had eaten at a Mexican restaurant in Firestone, CO, this past August. Two of them were hospitalized, and all three have recovered. No new cases have been reported. Qdoba signOfficials from the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment and the Weld County Department of Public Health and Environment suspect that the illnesses were acquired from an infected food handler at a franchised Qdoba Mexican Grill restaurant in Firestone. The infected food handler is not working at the restaurant, does not have symptoms of the illness, and
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