Japanese food poisoning outbreak schools
Volkskrant, Thursday, February 17
More than one thousand students and teachers in Japan have suffered food poisoning. Probably, during the school lunch meals eaten contaminated with salmonella, said the City of Iwamizawa Tuesday. More than eight hundred students from nine schools in Iwamizawa have missed lessons by fever, vomiting and diarrhea. Some schools remain closed until Sunday.
Many students appeared to have contracted salmonella poisoning. Doctors therefore believe that the bacteria in the school Sat There has been an investigation of the set meals. The main suspect is the lunch last Thursday. Which consisted of chicken with cabbage, soybean soup with potato slices, salad, rice and milk.
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