FDA issues alert over sapovirus illnesses connected to raw oysters

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is advising restaurants and retailers not to serve or sell and consumers not to eat certain potentially contaminated oysters after the Southern Nevada Health District notified the FDA of two clusters of sapovirus illnesses.

The oysters subject to the FDA alert are from Dai One Foods Co. Ltd, of the Republic of Korea.

According to the alert, the Southern Nevada Health District notified the FDA of two clusters of illnesses from individuals that consumed raw oysters at a restaurant in Las Vegas on Oct. 28 and Nov. 5. As of the posting of this

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