The Appalachian District Health Department says that as of Monday afternoon, 37 individuals had symptoms consistent with Salmonellosis.
Three days after health officials in Watauga County confirmed a salmonella outbreak at a restaurant in Boone, authorities are saying they have seven confirmed cases of Salmonellosis and another 30 who are showing symptoms of the illness. None of those individuals have been hospitalized, authorities say.
The Appalachian District Health Department says the illness originated at Proper Restaurant on South Water Street.
Health officials are asking anyone who may have shown any of the following symptoms within 72 hours of dining at Proper Restaurant on or after May 17 to please contact them. Symptoms of illness include: diarrhea, stomach pain, fever, nausea, and sometimes vomiting.