4 confirmed with salmonella, 36 suspect, in Eat a Pita outbreak

Four cases of salmonella have been confirmed and another 36 are being investigated by Hamilton’s public health department.

Public health says it believes the cases are connected to the Eat a Pita restaurant on Main Street East at Kenilworth Avenue.

Dr. Chris Mackie, an associate medical officer of health, says the restaurant has been temporarily shut down, and may remain closed for days.

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