Undiagnosed Food-borne disease – Syria

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Nearly 150 displaced people fall ill after eating expired “iftar” breakfast meals in Al-Aynaa, Kafr Owayd Al-Mahabah, and Al-Mukhtar camps near Kalli town in northern Idlib. They were transported to the hospitals.

During Ramadan, Iftar fasting meals were distributed to civilians as a gesture by organizations and institutions operating in north western of Syria, to support displaced civilians.

Photo: Artist rendering of a pathogen.

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