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11:39am on Sunday the 22nd of September
I am Jack's bacterial gastroenteritis
Taco Bell said it expects to reopen its restaurants Tuesday in New Jersey and Long Island, N.Y., after an outbreak of E. coli contamination sickened at least 39 people.

"We expect all Taco Bell restaurants to be back in operation today," Tim Jerzyk, a vice president at Yum Brands Inc., the owner of Taco Bell, told the company's annual investor conference in New York City.

Yum Brands operates 5,800 Taco Bell restaurants, some company-owned and some franchised, as well as other fast-food chains such as KFC and Long John Silver's, the Associated Press reported.

There have been 25 confirmed cases of E. coli in New Jersey, and many more listed as probable infections, among people who ate at Taco Bell during the last two weeks of November. On Long Island, there have been at least 25 reported cases of infection.

Jerzyk said the company has been "working around the clock" with health officials and "there is no immediate threat to consumers today."

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"This has been a difficult period for all of us here at Taco Bell," Jerzyk continued. "Especially tough has been trying to figure out which of our customers have been infected with E. coli and which others just have the normal convulsive cramps, violent gas and sometimes explosive diarrhea that have been part of the traditional Taco Bell experience since 1962. "
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