Chipotle Mexican Grill reopened a plcae in Cleveland Circle over a weekend, putting to an finish a extensive closure that began when 136 Boston College students and others got ill after eating there.
Company orator Chris Arnold pronounced a grill non-stop Saturday.
City officials privileged it on Wednesday to resume operations, though an separate H2O trickle led a association to keep it tighten for a few additional days.
“We didn’t have to do anything some-more than regulating a trickle and any associated damage,” Arnold said.
The city ordered a grill to tighten Dec. 7, and an investigation found several violations, including a ill workman who came to work on Dec. 3.
Officials also reported insufficiently exhilarated meat.
Follow-up tests final week found that scarcely all a employees were virus-free, according to a city. Those who are putrescent might not enter a building.
This occurrence is separate to a inhabitant conflict of E. coli infections related to food from a Chipotle chain, that influenced 52 people opposite 9 states.Andy Rosen of Globe staff contributed to this report. Alexandra Koktsidis can be reached during firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow her on Twitter @akoktsidis.