The Department said it has confirmed 19 cases of shigella and 139 probable cases.
Inspectors found nine violations on that inspection. Of those nine violations, five were marked priority, meaning they were concerns that needed to be fixed fast.
Some violations included, employees not washing their hands or touching cooked food without wearing gloves.
The report said raw chicken had been dripping on bottled drinks.
A second inspection was done Monday. Inspectors found seven violations, some of them are the same.
The health department has planned a second follow-up inspection for next week.