Undiagnosed Food-borne disease – India

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October 9, 2021 – Approximately fifty individuals have fallen ill from food poisoning in
Madhya Pradesh, India. The individuals were men, women, and children. No deaths have been reported.

Individuals have claimed to report feeling ill after consuming food at a festival celebration in Madhya Pradesh. Five of the cases were in critical condition after receiving treatment in the Morar Hospital in Gwalior. They had to be transmitted to the Gajra Raja Medical College and Hospital for further treatment. No further information was provided.

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