2DAYS HEADLINES (Live)!!!

2DAYS HEADLINES (Live)!!!


*snazzy news report music*>>You’re watching 2DAYS HEADLINES Live!>>We’re your hosts, I’m Cami Keene.>And I’m Yvonne Bee. Recently there has been question of the food safety and how food is [being] handled around local restaurants.>>Escherichia Coli is a popular bacteria that lives in the digestive tracts of humans and animals.>>As THE BITE’s host, Alex said you can get E. Coli, a gram-negative bacteria through food poisoning, if one eats or drinks food that has been contaminated by feces, and has not been properly cleansed or if the chef doesn’t allow the sanitary requirements before touching any food or material before and after making the dish.>E. Coli can be recognized through the following symptoms; bloody diarrhea, stomach cramps, nausea, and vomiting.>Serious problems with severe anemia or kidney failure. Symptoms include pale skin, fever, weakness, bruising, [and] passing only small amounts of urine which can lead to death.>>And we have Stephanie and Shania interviewing the manager of Paris Baguette what lengths they take to prevent such diseases like E. Coli, and viruses from contaminating food. *fancy ‘French’ music*>Hi, I’m Shania.>>I’m Stephanie.>And we’re here at the Paris Baguette and we’ll be checking out the pastries and talking to the manager about the [bacteria] E. Coli.>>謝謝>Um… this is Joy.>>>Hello…>So as far as I know, the health inspectors come once in a while to check out how like safe it is to eat here and everything. Like what’s the process like? And is it like how necessary is it in you?>>>It’s very necessary. It’s like the number one thing to make sure everything is like up to health standards. Um, we wear gloves whenever we touch food Erm the process? So, usually the health inspectors it’s not really scheduled, it’s more of a surprise. So they’ld walk in and we’ld be like scrambling like OH MY GOODNESS THEY’RE HERE!!! Right. Um… But you just walk with them like they would tell you what’s correct and make sure it’s done. Like we keep up with the correction.>>What are like the grading levels that you can get and what do they mean?>>>Um. So, I believe it’s A, B, C, D? if I’m not wrong. Um… I think C is the lowest before they shut you down. Usually, like A’s like that’s the good… like you’re doing good like yeah.>As soon as you see them like I see you scrambling, but like wwhat’s the first thing you go to?>>>Ok, so we did have a checklist in the back. Um… that’s. So we just go through it and like make sure everything is clean, Um… I guess the first thing that I do is I just do like a whole like run through like I just start from outside like back in here like in the dining areas. And I walk through and make sure like if I see things that we’re like doing wrong… I try to correct it before they get to it.>>How often do they come visit and what did you get on your score last time?>>>Um, So we have an A right now. I would say they usually like 3 to 6 months maybe? That’s like the average yeah.>So what’s the main thing they look for? Like I see it’s the cleanliness of what’s of everything, but like what do they really go for?>>>I would say like the kitchen, and prep areas like the bakers’ area, the cakers’ the sandwich. Um, [for] us we do the bread right? So we have to tie up our hair, we have to wear gloves and make sure like our sanitation and our soap dispensers they’re all like good working.>Thank you so much for your time. We really do appreciate it.>Thanks Shania and Stephanie. Escherichia Coli is structured in a rod-shaped out…outer layer built entirely on a plasma membrane surrounding the cell wall, covering the periplasmic space with a final outer membrane, securing itself with psli.>>This cell wall is capable of accepting and transferring the plasmid to and from the other bacteria, this allows Escherichia Coli to survive under stressed conditions.>Within the bacteria, ribosomes are spread out surrounding the DNA in the nucleoid region in the cytosol.>>Lastly, Escherichia Coli has flagella that can be found on the bacteria’s sides and back that helps this bacteria to swim.>E. Coli is treated through daily cups of water causing your body to gather up more water to prevent dehydration. I strongly caution you to not take laxatives (diarrhea) medicine or antibiotics, if your infection is getting serious for these medicines will slow down your digestion process. Call a doctor instead.>>Serious E. Coli infections can be treated through blood transfusions or dialysis.>To prevent contraction, always wash your hands with hot soapy water.>This has been Yvonne.>>And this has been Cami.>>AND YOU’VE WATCHED 2DAYS HEADLINES LIVE!!!

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