UPDATE:  “The restaurant staff worked with environmental health inspectors to train on how to take apart and disinfect their preparation equipment and the restaurant passed a new inpsection.”

The Bellevue Patch reports that King County health inspectors closed Marinepolis Sushi Land in downtown Bellevue at 4 p.m. Thursday after two separate patients with Salmonella were connected to the restaurant, according to Seattle and King County Public Health.

The two people who fell ill were not hospitalized and have recovered from their illnesses, said James Apa, spokesman of Seattle and King County Public Health.

Marinepolis manager Keith Negley said the restaurant, a conveyor belt style sushi restaurant, is cooperating with the investigation fully, and could be reopen as soon as Friday.