Cousins Subs, 667 S. Green Bay Road, temporarily closed Friday after city health officials pinpointed it as the source of a suspected norovirus outbreak.
The Neenah Health Department received about 25 reports of acute gastroenteritis, according to its director Judy Crouch-Smolarek.
“We were informed about midday (Thursday) of a number of people suffering from GI illnesses,” she said. “Due to the number of people who have fallen ill, including some employees, the restaurant has voluntarily closed. The restaurant will be thoroughly cleaned and sanitized and will re-open when they meet the necessary requirements of the Neenah Health Department.”
Employees from a number of nearby companies, including Graphic Packaging International and Neenah Paper, were affected.
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