– A $1 burrito event for Northwestern University students is linked to the Illinois virus outbreak.

– The norovirus outbreak connected to a $1 burrito event for Northwestern University students is being looked into by the Evanston Health and Human Services Department. 

– Big Wig Tacos were served during Northwestern University students' "$1 Burrito event" on Saturday from 1 to 8 p.m. 

On Monday, students who had eaten food from the event and were having diarrhea, vomiting, and stomach cramps started to file complaints with the city's health department. 

– In a news statement, the department stated that it had started "an immediate and thorough inspection of the food establishment." 

Big Wig Tacos stated that it had assisted the Evanston Health Department with their probe. "We are not positive that the outbreak started at our restaurant, despite the fact that instances have been documented. 

– In a news release, the restaurant stated that norovirus outbreaks "are more common in settings like colleges and universities." "Prior to the event, the Evanston Health Department completed a routine health inspection and found no issues with our establishment," the restaurant stated. 

"That being said, we are addressing the matter with prompt and thorough action. We are going above and above to completely clean and sterilize, paying special attention to locations where the infection could spread."For further information, Fox News Digital has contacted Big Wig Tacos and the city's health department. 

– The norovirus, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), is a highly contagious virus that can induce nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and stomach discomfort.  – As preventative measures, the CDC advises washing your hands and rinsing fruits and vegetables.  – 

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