Asian summit food poisoning staff
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Apr 10, Food poisoning strikes performers at Asian summit. Six pupils die of food poisoning in north China Wild fruit poisons 43 children in S. China county The victims included patients and staff at the Heilongjiang Provincial Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine. Most complained of nausea and diarrhea.
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Description:Print Email Thirteen people have fallen victim to suspected food poisoning after eating a well-known brand of sandwich from Taiwan. The Centre for Health Protection was investigating after 12 women and one man aged between 23 and 61 developed symptoms of gastroenteritis such as abdominal pain, vomiting, diarrhoea and fever after eating sandwiches from Horng Ryen Jen Cake and Biscuits Store, a popular shop in Taichung. Ten people sought medical help, three of whom were admitted to hospital. Two of those hospitalised had been discharged as of Friday night, but one was still in Prince of Wales Hospital in Sha Tin. In the first case, four women ordered 24 sandwiches via a Facebook page named Peachy Sweet and collected them from a store on the third floor of the Argyle Centre in Mong Kok on July They did not follow package instructions on storing the sandwiches before consumption.