The Associated Press reports employees "were ill with nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea" as well. The company "reported the illnesses to local health officials." Those employees are being held out of work.
IWasPoisoned.com is the same site where reports about a Chipotle in Sterling, Virginia began in July. The location was temporarily closed, and Loudoun County health officials later cited the restaurant as the source of 135 reported norovirus illnesses.
That's different than e.coli, which was the cause of the massive Chipotle-based outbreak two years ago, sickening more than 50 people in 14 states.
"My whole family and I ate at Chipotle two days before we started experiencing stomach pains and nausea," one of the new reports reads. "It was constant vomiting every two hours and weakness. We all had burrito bowls with meat, beans, rice, and guac. The symptoms lasted for two days now. We're starting to feel better, but it was a very uncomfortable experience and we won't be going to Chipotle anymore after this." Another person claims they and their coworker got sick after they both ate the LA Chipotle.