Congressman’s Restaurant Linked to Deadly Norovirus Hasn’t Had Mandatory Health Inspection Since Last January
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The Manchester, N.H. restaurant linked to an outbreak of norovirus that left 18 patrons sickened and one dead hasn’t had a mandatory health inspection since last January, the Manchester Health Department has confirmed to NHJournal.
When NHJournal broke the story of the deadly viral outbreak at the Puritan Backroom restaurant — co-owned by Democratic Congressman Chris Pappas — online records indicated that the last health inspection of the popular restaurant was back in January, 2019. This is significantly outside the health code requirements of an inspection every six months.