CAIRO (AP) Dairy Queen stores in California and Oregon will reopen soon after an emergency order was issued last week to close them due to dairy allergies.
The California Department of Food and Agriculture says it’s still working with the stores to close the stores.
The department says it’ll review the order after all.
The Oregon department says the stores reopened last Thursday, the same day that the state legislature approved a law to allow for dairy products to be served in all California counties.
It says the Oregon stores will reopen this week, too.
The dairy allergy outbreak that affected about 300 people has now spread to more than 1,400 stores nationwide.
Dairy Queen stores have closed in many U.S. states and are not expected to reopen in California, where they were already closed due to the allergy outbreak.