When available, the retail distribution list(s) will be posted on the FSIS website at: www.fsis.usda.gov/ FSIS_Recalls/Open_Federal_Cases/index.asp. Consumption of food contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes can cause listeriosis, an uncommon but potentially fatal disease. However, listeriosis can cause high fever, severe headache, neck stiffness and nausea. Listeriosis can also cause miscarriages and stillbirths, as well as serious and sometimes fatal infections in those with weakened immune systems, such as infants, the elderly and persons with HIV infection or undergoing chemotherapy. Individuals concerned about an illness should contact a health care provider.
Consumers with questions about the recall should contact Donald Johnson, Vice President of Quality Assurance and Regulatory Compliance, at (916) 638-8825. South Coast Plaza, Irvine Spectrum Offers Curbside Service. South Coast Plaza, Irvine Spectrum has launched curb-side shopping services while other businesses wait to reopen amid stage 2 plans. LAKE FOREST, CA —Orange County, and the city of Lake Forest, have initiated the early stage 2 opening plans, as has the entire state of California. Across the state, curb-side retail business began in full swing, Friday, May 15. Manufacturers and logistics were allowed to return to business, however strict rules apply for other businesses attempting to return to open. Area malls, such as the Irvine Spectrum and South Coast Plaza, are offering curbside to-go shopping. "Select South Coast Plaza boutiques and restaurants are participating in SCP 2 GO, a new and convenient curbside shopping service," a spokesperson said. Simply look up which store you wish to order from, call between 11 a.m.
If you are picking up from Bloomingdale's, Macy's, Nordstrom and Saks Fifth Avenue, contact them directly. During phase 2, no customers inside shopping malls or swap meets, car washes, pet groomers, tanning facilities or landscape gardening. Office based businesses were encouraged to keep workers telecommuting until further notice. Dining in is largely not permitted, outdoor museums and open gallery spaces were expected to remain closed, as were area schools. Still not permitted in Stage 2 are: personal care services (hair, nail salons, tattoo parlors, gyms and fitness studios; hospitality services such as bars, wineries, tasting rooms and lounges; entertainment venues such as movie theaters, gaming facilities and professional sports; indoor museums, galleries, zoos and libraries; community centers, pools, picnic areas; limited capacity religious services and cultural ceremonies; nightclubs, concert venues, live audience sports; festivals; theme parks; hotels for leisure; higher education. Irvine, CA – City Councilmember, businesswoman, and longtime community leader Farrah N. Khan announced her campaign for Irvine Mayor today. Khan will take on Christina Shea, whose ballot designation will indicate that she is an appointed, not an elected, incumbent. In announcing her campaign, Khan released the following statement:“Irvine deserves a Mayor who reflects the… The Irvine Police arrested a bank robber at a B of A. June 11, 2020 - Banks, Crime, FBI, Irvine, Irvine Police Department - No Comments. The Irvine Police Department arrested Ryan Ray Staples, 21, on Tuesday for a bank robbery at the Bank of America at 4500 Barranca Parkway. The police responded on June 9 to that location at about 3:40 p.m. after a silent alarm was triggered inside the bank. A bank employee confirmed by phone that a robbery had… CA announces most Counties can now reopen barbershops and hair salons with modifications. May 26, 2020 - Disease, Emergencies, Health Care, Irvine, Public Safety - No Comments. SACRAMENTO – The California Department of Public Health today announced that counties that have attested to meeting the criteria for accelerated re-opening may re-open hair salons and barbershops with modifications such as mandatory face coverings for both barbers or stylists and clients. State public health leaders noted that Californians staying at home and exercising caution… 1,995 people have recovered from COVID-19 in Orange County. May 26, 2020 - California, Disease, Emergencies, Health Care, Irvine, News, OC Health Care, Public Safety - No Comments. The Orange County Health Care Agency (HCA) has finally announced that 1,995 people have allegedly recovered from the COVID-19 virus here in Orange County. The HCA did note however that while every case of the new coronavirus that causes COVID-19 is reported to HCA, there is no practical way to find out if they’ve recovered.… Irvine Councilmember Khan announces her Mayoral campaign. Irvine, CA – City Councilmember, businesswoman, and longtime community leader Farrah N. Khan announced her campaign for Irvine Mayor today. Khan will take on Christina Shea , whose ballot designation will indicate that she is an appointed, not an elected, incumbent. In announcing her campaign, Khan released the following statement: “Irvine deserves a Mayor who reflects the inclusive, compassionate, and progressive values of our city’s residents. As Mayor, I’ll fight to protect the things that make this such a special place to live while advancing new policies to reduce homelessness, combat climate change, increase transparency throughout city government, and help workers and businesses recover from the economic shutdown. I’m excited to launch my campaign, and I am looking forward to the many conversations with voters that lay ahead about how best to move Irvine forward.” Khan also announced that former Irvine Mayors Sukhee Kang and Beth Krom – the last two Democrats to hold the position – will serve as her campaign’s co-chairs.
Democratic voters outnumber their Republican counterparts in Irvine by a margin of around 15%, and President Donald Trump is expected to lose the city by a wide margin in November. Khan, who is a former member of the Irvine Community Services Commission, was elected to the City Council in 2018. Her long history of local leadership includes having served on the Irvine Global Village Festival Steering Committee, and then on the Orange County Interfaith Network Board. She was the President of the Deerfield Elementary School Parent Teacher Association, a member of the Venado Middle School Parent Teacher Association Board, and a member of the Irvine High School Site Council. Khan and her husband have owned and managed a restaurant and catering company since 2005. Her professional career also includes having served as a Regulatory Affairs Manager for a biotech company and as the Executive Director of the Newport Mesa Irvine Interfaith Council.
Khan is the proud mother of two boys who attend Irvine public schools. The Irvine Police arrested a bank robber at a B of A. The Irvine Police Department arrested Ryan Ray Staples, 21, on Tuesday for a bank robbery at the Bank of America at 4500 Barranca Parkway. The police responded on June 9 to that location at about 3:40 p.m.