Undiagnosed Food-borne disease – India

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May 24, 2022 – Approximately 20 cases of food-poisoning have been reported in Kerala, India. The 20 individuals who were affected were train passengers; both adults and children. The group of individuals were family members who had purchased food at the Mangalore railway station prior to boarding the train that was scheduled to travel from Mookambika to Thiruvananthapuan. All family members sought medical attention at the Thrissur General Hospital.

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