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MAP: Here are the Chipotles New Yorkers Say Made Them Sick

 Are you sure you're really craving that burrito?
Are you sure you're really craving that burrito?
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Is a visit to Chipotle worth the potential burrito-induced havoc on your stomach?

There may be nothing that can deter you from getting your quick Mexican fix at the fast-casual chain — not even two E. coli outbreaks across 14 states, including one case in New York, since July 2015 — but at least you can make an informed decision on which location to visit.

Since May 2015, New Yorkers have filed 54 complaints with the city's Department of Health & Mental Hygiene against 35 Chipotle restaurants they blamed for incidents of food poisoning, according to records obtained by Vocativ through a Freedom of Information Act request. (There is no way to definitively prove correlation in these cases.)

Diners continued to report symptoms of food poisoning they attributed to Chipotle meals after this February, when the Centers for Disease Control declared the second E. coli outbreak over.  

Customers most often complained of diarrhea, vomiting, stomach cramps and fever; they were less likely to report nausea, headaches, shakiness, aches and blood in their stool. One Chipotle patron experienced “uncontrollable projectile vomit," according to a complaint.

Many of the locations reported to the DOH can be found in Vocativ's map below. Larger circles indicate a higher incidence of complaints and greater severity of those grievances.

Not pictured above are 14 complaints only identified as being connected to a restaurant somewhere in Brooklyn, The Bronx and, more broadly, "New York City."

Let the map be your guide if you decide to join Chipotle's loyalty program or try its new chorizo topping, two efforts to woo customers back after the company announced its first-ever quarterly loss Tuesday. 

Or, if you're feeling adventurous, you could eat at these recently-opened Mexican restaurants across the city instead.