Tuesday, October 21, 2014   

80 more suspected of food poisoning
(06-10 10:57)

The Center for Health Protection says another 80 people are now thought to have been affected by a suspected food poisoning case in a primary school in Kwai Tsing - bringing the total number of people affected to 93. Those affected are aged between 6 and 54, and all developed symptoms associated with food poisoning after eating lunch at the primary school on June 3rd. All affected patients are in stable condition and investigations are continuing. Meanwhile, the CHP is also investigating an outbreak of hand, foot and mouth disease at a kindergarten on Lantau Island. So far, 20 pupils, aged between 2 and 6, have been affected. All are in stable condition. --RTHK   
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