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double j signature cuts, West Main Street, Pierce, CO, USA
Total all time reports: 1
Latest report: March 27, 2020 4:12 AM
Slaughtered cow had T B, but still sent out. Packaged for sale.
March 27, 2020 4:12 AM
“Couple months ago Double J slaughtered a cow that had T B. An employee stated that USDA stamped it ok. It got sent out. Packaged for sale. Packing place is in pierce colo. And Swift packing in Greeley is very unclean. Unsafe. ”
Beef jerky had some powdery substance in it, ALDI, 9021 US Hwy 19 N, Pinellas Park, FL 33782, United States
ALDI, 9021 US Hwy 19 N, Pinellas Park, FL 33782, United States
June 5, 2020 7:57 PM
“I bought some beef jerky from there and it's definitely not good and it's got a weird powdery substance in it. I returned it and looked at the rest of their stock on the same item. The rest looked fine ”
Wong's Asian Cuisine, West Main Street, League City, TX, USA
May 25, 2020 11:14 AM
“I ordered it this weekend and I was reheating it to eat now. I’m so disgusted I found a stir fried bug in it and I’m terrified to think I could have already eaten another. I threw everything away. ”
Ideal Foods Meat and Poultry Flatbread Pizza - recalled due to they were produced without benefit of inspection, California, USA
May 12, 2020 9:35 PM
“The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) announced the recall of approximately 3,302 pounds of meat and poultry flatbread ... /product/pizza#scroll" title="Product: Pizza">pizza products by Ideal Foods that were produced, packed, and distributed without the benefit of federal inspection. There have been no confirmed reports of adverse reactions related to this recall to date.
The recalled products were produced on various dates from October 2019 to April 2020 and bear establishment number “EST. 45351A” or “P-45351A” inside the USDA mark of inspection. These items were shipped to a distributor and retail locations in California.
- 13.5-oz. plastic-wrapped cardboard trays containing “culinevo Artisan Style Flatbread Pizza CARNE ASADA”.
- 13-oz. plastic-wrapped cardboard trays containing “culinevo Artisan Style Flatbread Pizza CHICKEN SPINACH ARTICHOKE”.
- 16.5-oz. plastic-wrapped cardboard trays containing “culinevo Artisan Style Flatbread Pizza SIZZLIN JALAPEÑO”.
- 14.5-oz. plastic-wrapped cardboard trays containing “culinevo Artisan Style Flatbread Pizza MEAT LOVERS”.
FSIS advises consumers who have purchased these products not to consume them. These products should be thrown away or returned to the place of purchase.
Check the full recall details on the FSIS website fsis.usda.gov
Source: FSIS ”
ALDI, 16 Wandella Rd, Miranda NSW 2228, Australia
April 20, 2020 4:48 AM
“Tonight I ate a pink lady apple purchased in a pack on Sunday from here.
The last two bites I took, tasted like chemicals had been injected into the apple. Tasted like poison. I immediately spat it out. My mouth felt dry afterwards.
I'm feeling ok but am very concerned. ”
McDonald's, North Reed Avenue, Reedley, CA, USA
April 17, 2020 11:57 PM
“I didn’t eat it but my Mcchicken had a black sliver in it and this was going to be eaten by my grandma and I went to have it replaced but they gave me the same ... felyhq.com/product/burger#scroll" title="Product: Burger">burger but took out the sliver after five people touching it too and tried to pass it off as a fresh burger and I have pictures of before and after but I don’t know how to attach pictures ”
Symptoms: Headache Fatigue Body Ache
Wendy's, 1829 Mangum Road, Houston, TX, USA
March 27, 2020 6:34 PM
“I had a milk shake and spice ... title="Product: Chicken sandwich">chicken sandwich. The next day I felt really tired and sore like I had the flu. My legs were aching and my head was aching and I felt like I had no energy. This lasted for 24hours I took ibuprofen. then I took some heavy metal detox and after taking the heavy metal detox the flue like symtoms completely disappeared. ”
Starbucks drive-thru person not wearing gloves passed me my cup by holding it at the lid., Starbucks, Symons Valley Road Northwest, Calgary, AB, Canada
Starbucks, Symons Valley Road Northwest, Calgary, AB, Canada
March 23, 2020 9:34 PM
“The person who gave me my coffee handed it to me with her hand gripping the lid, no gloves. I thought this was quite careless. ”
Latin Cafe 2000 - Brickell, Brickell Plaza, Miami, FL, USA
March 14, 2020 4:21 PM
“Roach in my soup. A ROACH. ”
The Radisson in Covington Ky , had a roach crawl across the table today. , Eighteen at the Radisson, West 5th Street, Covington, KY, USA
Eighteen at the Radisson, West 5th Street, Covington, KY, USA
March 12, 2020 8:47 PM
“We set down and ordered our drinks and when the waiter set down the menus the roach crawled across the table ”
Mezzaluna, 624 E Cooper Ave, Aspen, CO 81611, USA
June 15, 2020 12:00 PM
“A server at Mezzaluna’s restaurant in downtown Aspen has tested positive for COVID-19
Source: aspendailynews.com ”
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March 21, 2020 3:19 PM
“Interview - Doctor in Paris, France:
This is a first-hand account from a SafelyHQ user that is a medical professional on the coronavirus situation in France. She discusses how her work has changed since the start of the pandemic, work rotations and testing for medical professionals, and issues faci ... ng patients and medical professionals.
I'm a pediatric resident and I work in a pediatric hospital. I was working in the genetics unit and it's mostly outpatient and non-intensive care, so we were actually closed down last week. Just because most of us are pediatricians and so we were kind of needed elsewhere. So I decided to stop working because of my pregnancy. But then all my other colleagues are still working and they're actually now, at home, confined at home and they're waiting to be called to different departments are probably either the ER or intensive care unit and from what they understand for now, they just have to stay home and rest. And they're going to be called out probably next week when the first wave of doctors start being a little tired, probably hospitalized because they themselves are sick. So right now they're mostly, resting at home. And then I know that our unit, so was shut down and a lot of other non-urgent care at our hospital was shut down and everything is being reorganized so that we have Covid units. And so at the hospital I work in, is actually a pediatric hospital, but they're going to open an adult Covid unit just because obviously adults are more affected than children are.
Are there any changes as a pediatrician?
In most maternity at least in Paris, the dads aren't allowed in the delivery room or in the hospital at all for now. So things are pretty rough on new moms right now. And I know that we're also kind of being slowly prepared that we're probably not going to be able to have an epidural just because there won't be any doctors available. So, getting prepared for maybe a rough delivery for most new moms right now, at least new Parisian moms.
Is testing easy for people to get so far or has it been a problem for some people. And how do things look like on that front?
So, in our hospital it's very easy for all medical, staff if they have any of the symptoms to get tested. It's very, very easy. I know that for patients we only test patients that are unstable or in very critical care. Just because we can't afford to test everyone, but staff is definitely prioritized and we're all told we can get tested as easily if we want to. Or if I mean, not if you want to obviously if you have symptoms.
Did you know anyone who has got diagnosed with coronavirus?
Yeah, actually, I already have a couple of friends who are staying at home because they have it. One of my, well actually he is also a pediatric resident is at home right now with, well he's getting tested today, but it's most likely Covid. His wife was tested and got tested positive after having a five day fever. And now he has a fever since yesterday, so he did his test today. So very, very likely, also Covid positive. And so his wife is also a medical resident who probably got it working at the ER and then he got it through her.
Being in the medical field and seeing what, the medical field is doing in France and learning about, about coronavirus. And having some friends who have it, do you have any, messages that you, they have for people who want to learn more?
I think just the best thing is to stay informed on what's happening on reliable sites because I know there's a lot of misinformation out there and just do what they can to stay home. Because the big wave is going to come. And I know all my friends in the hospitals are getting as ready as they can, but I'm sure you've heard that there already some parts of France that are in a very, very complicated situation where they're already out of machines for like life support machines and out of room in intensive care units. And so hopefully Paris doesn't get there, but we never know. And it all kind of just relies on people really being careful and staying home and I know everyone wants to go outside to buy their bread and whatever, but it's always a risk. And just be mindful that, yeah, doctors are doing the best they can. And I know I have friends that are pharmacist and other things like that that are complaining because they don't have masks or they're not protected. But the truth is doctors rarely have mask as well, and everyone's of kind of going through it as they can and doing the best they can. So yeah, that's the message. I think just relax, stay at home and know that everyone is trying to get organized and do the best they can, and it's obviously not perfect, but it is what it is for now. ”
Wendy's, Orlando, FL 32827, United States
June 2, 2020 9:33 PM
“just received this at your MCO airport location.. i didn’t cut into this. i was served half a raw sandwich ? ”
March 17, 2020 2:35 PM
“Interview - Valorie, Pennsylvania
This is an interview with the parent of a presumptive coronavirus patient that was denied testing.
Valerie, thanks for joining us. Really appreciate it. Your situation relates to your daughter. Can you describe to us when she first felt sick and what ... the symptoms were at that time and what they've progressed to now?
Okay. It started on Wednesday night into Thursday. She had developed a deep cough, a dry cough, which only got louder over time as the only way I can describe it and more steady and it sounds like a pneumonia type cough. She also had a cold, a very severe cold, and then she finally didn't develop a fever until last night. So that's Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday. That's how long it took to get a fever.
What was your experience in trying to get testing?
So today I did call her pediatrician exactly when they opened and I left an urgent message saying to please advise me what to do. My daughter now has all the symptoms of coronavirus and I don't even know if you're able to see her. And she said, no, you're right. We cannot see her. And she urged me to call a hotline. I even called urgent care, seeing if she could be seen there. They told me no, same thing call this hotline. So I called the hotline. I was on hold for approximately two hours the first time. I mean, because I estimate that because I was able to get myself and her fully ready to go, thinking that they were going to send us to the hospital wherever we needed to go to get tested. Okay. That never happened. I took a bath, had it on speaker phone, got everything ready, set us all. I mean we have a three person family and I had to hang up eventually because her pediatrician was calling me back with the response to the urgent message. The second time I was on hold, about the same amount of time I was on hold for a total of four hours today.
Is there any conditions that your daughter has that might make her higher risk or make it more urgent?
Yes, she has anemia and she is a very contractive person. I don't know why she gets sick every month with something in school. And that's why I looked at urging that please close the schools. Please close the schools because it just is going around. My daughter will be the one who gets it for sure.
And so do you have an idea of where she might have got it?
I honestly would have to say that it would be at school. Her sister didn't get it. I didn't get it. I was engaging in doctor appointments and kind of normal social activity until the end of next week because I figured sending them to school is just as bad as any of us going out into the public.
And so what are you the next steps that you plan to take given you've had a hard time getting medical care?
Well I plan on just calling the hotline again tomorrow. What the pediatrician did do, I guess to cover their own end of the spectrum. They sent over an urgent RX to the pharmacy for amoxicillin just in case. Just in case it is not a virus. Then if that doesn't treat it, that's how I know sooner. You know what to do. So if that doesn't treat it, and if I can't get through on the hotline, I just plan to drive to the hospital, which was designated as a location anyway through our healthcare system and go in myself and alert them ahead of time.
And what is your message to people that are concerned about coronavirus now that it's, it's something that you've seen firsthand. Do you have a message for other people?
A message that's kind of hard to come up with? Everybody's healthcare system is going to be different, if you don't succeed at first. There's got to be another step you can take. Be proactive. think of yourself, think of your family, and do whatever you feel is best, not what a hotline is telling you or say. And not exactly what your doctor's telling you or say. If you want to be tested, find a way. ”
COVID-19: Employee At ShopRite In Hudson Valley Tested Positive, Shoprite, Fairview Avenue, Hudson, NY, USA
Shoprite, Fairview Avenue, Hudson, NY, USA
April 12, 2020 12:00 PM
“Details: A sixth employee at a ShopRite in the Hudson Valley has tested positive for the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).
The store is asking colleagues who may have been in close contact with that person to self-quarantine for a period of 14 days
Source: dailyvoice.com ”
Trader Joe’s SOHO Location Temporarily Closes After Staffer Test Positive for COVID-19, Trader Joe's, 233 Spring St, New York, NY 10013, United States
Trader Joe's, 233 Spring St, New York, NY 10013, United States
March 25, 2020 12:41 PM
“The company’s Soho location closed earlier this week. The employee who tested positive for COVID-19 was last in the Soho store on Tuesday, March 17, according to a company spokesperson. It’s still up-in-the-air when the Soho Trader Joe’s will reopen, but standard protocol is to close at least three ... days for cleaning.
“Out of an abundance of caution, we have temporarily closed the store for thorough cleaning and sanitization. As soon as the store has been fully cleaned and restocked, we plan to reopen,” Trader Joe’s said in an announcement on their website.
Source: ny.eater.com ”
March 13, 2020 7:04 PM
“Interview - SafelyHQ user in the United States:
This is a first hand account of a user that has coronavirus Covid-19 symptoms, how he thinks he contracted it, his struggles to get tested, and what he thinks of the current situation.
When did you first feel sick- and what symptoms did ... you have at that time?
I first felt it five days ago, upon waking up. I feel like I had head pain, some sort of fever feel, my brain wasn't quite clicking as sharply as it normally does then on that first day I started having sporadic body pains around my back and my kidneys maybe around my liver area. But it was mostly the head and that really progressed through the next day where I had a throbbing headache, and this is very strange for me, as I never have headaches. Growing up I just never really had headaches, so for me to get that was kind of alarming in and of itself, and at the same time to know that there's this outbreak going on around the country with coronavirus. It was pretty scary. But, again it was hard to predict or understand, it could have been the flu could have been a cold. I wasn't sure early on those first couple days of what I had because I didn't I didn't have the symptoms that they were specifying on the CDC portal which was cough, shortness of breath and a fever. So although I felt like I had a fever I wasn't running a temperature. I didn't have a cough and I did not have a problem with breathing. In fact, I was still working out, running and had no physical debilitation, it was just more or less a roller coaster ride of pain, pain throughout my body.
What are your symptoms today, and how does it compare to the flu?
It’s a good question, I've actually never had the flu. So it's tough to compare. I would imagine that may be similar, you know, it's not terrible, but it’s not good, it’s a bad feeling, it’s constant discomfort, it does go up and down, you know, sometimes I feel better than others, but, to answer your first question I’d say the pain peaked on the second night, but not by much, it's still there. I've improved largely but I still feel bad. I don't feel the energy to do a lot of things, you know, I'm trying to do some things on my computer, but the focus isn't there. I think there's also some anxiety that comes along with the unknown of where's this thing going and what's going on but, five days in Patrick. I'm still not in good shape.
How long before you realized it might be coronavirus?
I think it was the afternoon of the third day because after that length of time, I began to worry because normally even with the flu or other ailments they tend to be a day, and a half, a couple of days, and then you start seeing progress or feeling better. I wasn't feeling any better, and I was doing the right things. I was getting sleep, I was taking vitamins, I was taking over-the-counter medications, you know, I had gone and seen the doctor. I just wasn't making any progress. That's when it hit me that wait a minute this might be coronavirus.
Can you relate it to anywhere you have recently been that you think you might have contracted it?
Yeah, so I had just come back from Europe and I think there is a direct correlation to that and the virus, and I think that's where I picked it up because the day after I got back is the day that I first started having symptoms
When did you decide to get medical attention/testing?
It was really on the third day, unfortunately my doctors office was closed that day, I went to and Emergency Walk-In Clinic and that's where they performed the Flu A, and Flu B test whether in five minutes, both of those came back negative and considering the fact that I hadn’t improved and, I had actually gone to the emergency clinic on the fourth day, so considering I had gone four straight days with these ailments and the fact that I've just come back from Europe doctors said it’s an 80% chance that I have coronavirus but, unfortunately, there's no tests available and of the tests that are available in some of the larger hospitals they are only providing those to the elderly, people who have high risk with pre-existing conditions such as diabetes high blood pressure and asthma and since I don't qualify for that, even if I went to the hospital waited hours, they would just send me back home.
So at that point, with 80% chance, is that when you started to think about self quarantine?
Yes and actually before that, so yesterday before I went to the emergency clinic, I decided to self quarantine and stay in my apartment because at that point I realized this wasn't just some sickness, this was something serious and highly likely to be coronavirus and considering the fact that that it's fairly deadly to those at risk. I definitely don't want to put anyone at risk.
What are the things the medics recommended you do. Did they have some recommendations, to limit symptoms?
Yeah, actually the doctor was very proactive, he was a very sharp guy, he seemed to understand a lot about this disease, even though they don't have the testing for it, he know that the contagious period is about 14 days and he said you are on day 5 so you need to stay home for another 10 days, but he said there's really nothing, there are no known treatments, not even over-the-counter. It's pretty much just rest, get plenty of fluids there's no medicine, nothing that they could prescribe to help.
How do you think you got it?
Well looking back. I think I got it either in an Uber, when we were in Europe last week or that I got it at a restaurant or bar that we visited, you know, one of the things going over there, there were probably about 10% of people that I saw whether at the airport or out and about wearing masks and I didn’t wear one some of my friends did that were with me. We were all vigilant about using hand sanitizers constantly, washing hands, I have always been a very clean person inherently. In fact, I've never had any real ailments in my life. I've never had the flu, never had a cold. So we thought we were pretty prepared. We weren't that worried because most of the cases were in other parts of Europe and not where we were at and I think if I had to guess looking back that it was probably an Uber because now that I've done more research, I've learned that it's not what they initially said that it's all about touching and touching your face and that's how you get it. I think it's more airborne than people realize, and they have done some studies recently that show that that the virus can actually stay afloat in the air for up to three hours. So you can imagine all the people getting in and out of cabs or Ubers, not only are they touching the same door handles sitting in the same seats, but they're also going to be breathing residual air, which can contain this virus. I think that's probably how I got it was through the air and Uber.
Were you with others, and do you know how they are doing ?
Yeah, I was with a group of other people and all but one of them is now sick. And in fact, one of them who lives in another country and is now back home just got tested today, and I think, as I mentioned earlier I'm not able to get tested because of my age and the fact that I don't have any pre-existing conditions which would put me at risk. So, you know even in a big city here in the US, they are not willing to test me so I really don't have any options directly. But I guess it's somewhat of a blessing that my friend in their country they’re easily able to get tested. Unfortunately we won't know the results for another 72 hours but at least then we'll have some peace of mind knowing that that's what this is because whatever this is, it's certainly bringing me down. It's keeping me at home and I don't feel well. So I’m looking forward to understanding if it is, what I’m pretty certain it is.
Can you describe your age range, and your health and fitness level, what kind of health you were in prior to this. ?
Yeah, I'm 37 and in really good shape, I work out frequently, in fact up until two days ago. When I started quarantining myself I was still active in the gym working out. So for me to get this, this is kind of shocking. If I can get anybody can get it, but I do know that like I said one of our friends did not get it. I think there will be people who inherently are, maybe it doesn't multiply in their bodies as fast or they're just naturally immune. We know that this is now a Pandemic virus, which means everyone hears the word novel. I didn't understand what that was until I watched a series on Netflix last night. I think it was called Pandemic, and they were talking about this very thing happening. They have these super flu’s which come around, and go and they mutate which is why every year they have different vaccines that they have to come up with, but you are able to stay ahead of those mutations with the vaccinations. This is something that humans have not experienced before this particular strand this particular type. So on the whole most people have zero defense for this. Which is why I think it takes so many days for your body to figure out what's going on. What is this? How do we fight it and to kind of fight through it? I think that’s also why the death rate is 20 times higher than the regular flu because, you know, people talk about the deaths in China most of them are elderly individuals, but they're also a elderly individuals who smoked so they've already put their lungs at risk and knowing that this virus really likes to attack the respiratory system. Yes, that's definitely a concern
Now that you are dealing with coronavirus directly, are you less worried about coronavirus or does it make you more alarmed?
Yeah, I think it's a little bit of both, I mean three weeks ago here in the United States it really wasn't much of a concern because we had a handful of cases, it was largely a problem in China, but the situation I think is going parabolic. I think the number of people that have it is vastly understated as you can see in my case, they refuse to test me, but I pretty much have it and there's probably many people like me that are either kind of hiding the issue or not sure what they have or they're in a situation where they're trying to get up in front of it. They're trying to find out more but they're being held back by the situation with our medical industry. In other countries that have far fewer cases and far fewer resources and far less money, they have unlimited capabilities to get testing out to people, drive through test windows, we're just really behind on that so to some degree I’m less alarmed personally because it's okay, I've got it now, my body is fighting through it, hopefully I get through this thing. You know, I'll have natural defenses going forward but the economic impact is scary. What is this going to mean for people that I know that are in industries where they can't work remotely long term, are companies going to go bankrupt and if the airlines are told that they have to shut down for two months, what is this going to do? There is so much fear not just health wise but to our daily lives, the NBA’s canceled, Major League Baseball's canceled the Masters PGA golf tournament is canceled, I mean this is huge, this is unprecedented, I mean even for 911 we didn't have this type of shut down even major wars, world war II, we didn't have these types of shutdowns, I mean a life continue, even though we were facing something very grave, whether it was potential additional terrorist attacks or back to WWII, potential invasion. Now, we have something as simple as a virus that is causing an unprecedented shutdown of daily life, and who knows when it's gonna get back to normal and once we get back to normal how many people have died and you know it’s people that we know, people that we care about, that we love which is so much uncertainty. So, I think on the whole I would have to say I'm even more fearful now because I don't think any of us understood how rapidly this thing was going to expand and how serious it was going to be.
What is your message to people concerned about coronavirus?
Yeah, I think if you're at risk you really need to try to stay at home as much as possible. If you're out, wear a mask, I know the mask won’t prevent it. But again, I'm pretty confident that most people are getting this through the air so it would limit the amount of particles going in your lungs. But again, if you're at risk, I think you gotta stay home as long as possible because in the event that this thing turns out to be seasonal, meaning like similar flu’s they tend to die off in warmer temperatures, we are only a couple months away so people who are at risk can do that, then need to, and then for people who aren’t at risk they need to be careful about who they're interacting with because this virus can be contagious from a person who doesn’t have symptoms or you can be contagious and the symptoms take 5 to 10 days to show up, in the meantime, you could have interacted with your grandmother your grandfather and got them sick. So I know it's a very difficult thing to ask or to say but people are going to have to think outside the box. You got to think ten steps ahead because like me, you know, I went on a trip to Europe thinking oh, well, I'm going to part of Europe that was not really infected I'm young, I'm not worried about it and that turned out to be a mistake. You know, I think you've just got to be very disciplined. If you care about people if you're concerned. You got to stay away from public gatherings. You have got to wear masks and you gotta stay out of confined area spaces as much as possible because either it's going to be you or it's going to be someone else that you know, that could get impacted by this in a bad way.
Thank you so much for sharing. Really appreciate it. We wish you all the best and getting it over this really fast.
Well, thank you very much Patrick, and I'll keep you informed as things progressed. ”
Smoky Boys Stevenage, Wedgwood Way, Pin Green, Stevenage, UK, Smoky Boys Stevenage, Wedgwood Way, Pin Green, Stevenage, UK
Smoky Boys Stevenage, Wedgwood Way, Pin Green, Stevenage, UK
May 26, 2020 3:36 AM
“I would like to report a bad restaurant as they delivered a half raw chicken to me and did not even bother to solve it with me.
Please look at the picture. Clearly to see the half raw thing! Dangero ... us! ”
Symptoms: Diarrhea Nausea Vomiting Lightheaded Loss of Appetite
New Jersey, USA
January 11, 2020 11:06 AM
“Thin mint hybrid vape I’ve been sick since last night around 9 ”
368-398 West Cesar Chavez Street, Austin, TX, USA
June 3, 2020 4:59 PM
“This was jun 1st. It appeared there was some kind of military on the rooftop watching. ”