Undiagnosed Food-borne disease – India

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February 11, 2022 – Approximately 15 cases of food poisoning were reported in the Nellore district of India. The individuals were identified as children. They all reported symptoms of diarrhea after consuming food as an Anganwadi.

It is suspected that the food consumed by the children was adulterated. Some of the other symptoms reported by the children include felling ill and vomiting. The children were admitted to the hospital soon after symptoms were reported. Most are in stable condition.

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