Update news food poisoning
The Hanoi Department of Education and Training has just requested local schools to warn parents and students not to eat food of unknown origin.
The Vietnam Food Administration ordered to trace of dairy product origin after two deaths, and one hospitalization.
Medical senior experts in food poisoning pointed out that bacterial infection was the culprit of the poisoning incident which killed a 6-year-old girl.
A temporary closure of 3-5 months has been proposed for a famous banh mi sandwich shop in Hoi An City after its products poisoned hundreds of customers.
The owner of Banh Mi Phuong in Hoi An of Quang Nam Province has sent a heartfelt letter to clients who suffered from food poisoning after eating her sandwiches.
Mai Van Muoi, director of the provincial Department of Health, said the total number of people hospitalized was 91 cases, including 34 foreign tourists.
After eating the fruit, all of the children showed signs of dizziness, headache, stomach ache and nausea.
More than 70 children aged from three to five from a preschool in the central province of Nghe An were rushed to hospitals after eating a snack on the evening of May 9.
Three seriously ill patients are requiring mechanical ventilation while one is in critical condition after eating pickled carp. Prior, one poisoned patient died, said Ho Chi Minh City-based Cho Ray Hospital yesterday.
ISchool Nha Trang reopened on Monday morning, a week after a mass food poisoning case left one student dead and hundreds of students and teachers hospitalised.
Initial results from Nha Trang’s Pasteur Institute of the sample from the food poisoning case in iSchool Nha Trang have found a bacteria belonging to the Salmonella group to be the main cause.
The Ministry of Education and Training has vowed to strictly deal with the food poisoning that has left one dead and hundreds of other hospitalised at a school in Nha Trang City.
Nine more critical ill sailors were saved after being taken to hospital in the southern province of Ba Ria-Vung Tau.
The National Agro-Forestry-Fisheries Quality Assurance Department under the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development has instructed departments of agriculture and rural development in provinces and cities
More than 100 workers were hospitalised due to food poisoning in Dong Nai Province.
The initial six months of the year saw 40 cases of food poisoning affect approximately 1,087 people, killing 15 individuals in the process, according to the General Statistics Office.