Health authorities in Weld County are examining a Salmonella episode after two provided food occasions at a nearby school sickened eight individuals.
The sickness could be related with provided food occasions held at Aims Community College on Feb. 9 and Feb. 13. Of the eight affirmed Salmonella cases, six grown-ups live in Weld County, one in Larimer, and one in Boulder County.
A solitary affirmed case comes from the Feb. 9 occasion went to by about 70 individuals. Another two originate from the Feb. 13 occasion went to by 400 individuals.
As per Aims, those occasions were for representative preparing, not occasions for understudies.
Those two occasions were provided food by the Burrito Delight, an eatery in Fort Lupton that will be shut amid the examination.
The source of the five different cases is undetermined.
Salmonella indications commonly show up 6 to 72 hours in the wake of eating polluted sustenance and ordinarily keep going for 4 to 7 days without treatment.
The Weld County Health Department prescribes any individual who might be sick to visit a specialist.