NEW YORK Operators of restaurants with multiple rodent-related health-code violations would be required to take a course at the health department's new "anti-rodent academy" under remedial measures issued by the city yesterday in response to the rat infestation of a Taco Bell/KFC unit in February. The new requirement was disclosed in a comprehensive report issued by the city's Department of Health and Mental Hygiene on the highly publicized incident, where rats were videotaped ...
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