On February 1, 2016, the CDC announced that two of the outbreaks associated with Chipotle restaurants are over. The first outbreak of E. coli sickened a total of 55 people. Eleven states were affected by the outbreak, including California with 3 cases, Delaware with 1 case, Illinois with 1 case, Kentucky with 1 case, Maryland with 1 case, Minnesota with 2 cases, New York with 1 case, Ohio with 3 cases, Oregon with 13 cases, Pennsylvania with 2 cases, and Washington with 27 cases. Out of the 55 sickened, 21 required hospitalizations. There were no reports of HUS or death.
The second, smaller outbreak was caused by a different strain of E. coli than the initial outbreak. This outbreak sickened 5 people in 3 states, including Oklahoma with 3 cases, North Dakota with 1 case, and Kansas with 1 case. The second outbreak was announced in December, about two months after the initial E. coli outbreak. Only one person affected by this outbreak required hospitalizations. There were no reports of HUS or death. The investigation done by the CDC was unable to find a specific source of the outbreak.