The following food establishments were closed for health code violations. The list, compiled from health department reports, reflects actions taken by the health departments through the close of business Monday. Maryland and Virginia health departments do not provide information on fines issued.

Maryland Oyingbo International Market

6580 Ager Rd., West Hyattsville

Closed Nov. 21 for failure to comply with health department requirements. Reopened Nov. 22.

The District Casa Blanca Tortilla

2060-A West Virginia Ave. NE

Closed Nov. 21 for unclean food contact surfaces and equipment, uncovered and unprotected food on display, inadequate basic sanitation and evidence of rodents. Fines $1,000. Reopened Nov. 23.

Country Produce

1328 Fifth St. NE

Closed Nov. 15 for plumbing fixtures in poor repair, uncovered and unprotected food on display, inadequate basic sanitation and evidence of rodents. Fined $1,000. Reopened Nov. 18.

Mexican Fruits

1309 Fifth St. NE

Closed Oct. 8 for refrigerated equipment incapable of keeping proper temperatures, uncovered an unprotected food on display and inadequate basic sanitation. Reopened Nov. 19.

New York Fried Chicken

2125 Alabama Ave. SE

Closed Nov. 15 for sewage backup. Reopened Nov. 19.

Wall Street Deli

1228 Connecticut Ave. NW

Closed Nov. 18 for sewage backup. Reopened Nov. 19.

Virginia China King

3500 Leesburg Pike, Falls Church

Closed Nov. 21 for no certified food manager. Reopened the same day.

Great Wall

7324 Richmond Hwy., Alexandria

Closed Nov. 18 for operating without a permit.

Hao Hao Buffet

6023 Centreville Crest Lane, Centreville

Closed for Nov. 18 for unsanitary conditions because of rodent/vermin infestation. Reopened Nov. 19.

Sam's Brewhouse

Reagan National Airport

Closed Nov. 20 for sewage backup. Reopened Nov. 21.

7-Eleven

10911 Main St., Fairfax

Closed Nov. 18 for no certified food manager. Reopened the same day.

-- Compiled by Bruce C.T. Wright