LOS ANGLES (LALATE) – A Golden Corral food poisoning in Casper, Wyoming has prompted an alleged sickness outbreak of Norovirus. The Golden Corral food poisoning has left more than one hundred fifty patrons sick with symptoms of a poison outbreak. David Giesen, president of franchisee Golden DBL Inc. of Denver, confirms to news that an investigation is underway.
Noroviruses is a virus transmitted by contaminated food or water. The substances are said to be fecally contaminated and could be spread more commonly indoors during the winter. Generally norovirus concerns are spread when the matter is handled by one infected person.
The Star Tribune this week claims that more than one hundred fifty patrons of Golden Corral near Casper, Wyoming got sick at the same time. They all experienced flu like symptoms, officials tell news.
On Yelp, some of the reviews of the establishment were scathing. In one review, a person claims “This was the worst experience I’ve had in Casper.” He added “The Bourbon Chicken gave me traveler’s dysentery, and I willingly eat street vendor food in Peru, Mexico and Nicaragua and have never gotten this sick. The point is, I know world class bad food and this is in the top two or three in the world.”