Undiagnosed Food-borne disease – India

At least 70 people were admitted to various hospitals in Kerala Pathanamthitta district (India) after an alleged food poisoning during a baptism held at Malappally in the district earlier in the week.

Food, at the function on Thursday, was served by a catering company. 190 people were attending the ceremony. 70 people who had vomited extensively and had stomach ailments were hospitalized.

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