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The Fake News: Workers or Employees at a California Doritos Factory Tested Positive for the Ebola Virus
Workers at the Doritos factory were diagnosed with Ebola earlier today. Thousands of chip bags could be infected. #Ebola #EbolaInDoritos
Three employees at a Doritos factory in California tested positive for the Ebola virus on Sunday. It is believed the virus spread through cross-contamination during shipping between a common preservative used in Doritos, disodium nitrate, and goods from West Africa.
The popular use of this preservative in many foods has lead to a widespread panic throughout the retail industry as it is now feared the virus may be present in thousands of foods in supermarkets nationwide.
Fox News: Ebola-infected Doritos are in stores
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