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Food poisoning claims one life in Kerala, 15 hospitalised | Latest News India

After mass meals poisoning instances got here to gentle, meals security officers began an investigation and zeroed in on a specific joint in north Kerala’s Kasaragod district, which was closed instantly

Thiruvananthapuram:

A 16-year-old lady died in north Kerala’s Kasaragod district on Sunday after she reportedly ate shawarma, a preferred Arabic meals, from an area eatery. Later 15 others had been hospitalised after they confirmed signs of extreme meals poisoning.

The lady died whereas she was present process remedy on the district hospital in Kanhangad, docs mentioned. District medical officer A V Ramdas mentioned the situation of all hospitalised is secure and docs couldn’t save the life of the lady as she was delivered to the hospital late. “Most of the infected were admitted in three hospitals and people who had shawarma from the particular eatery were asked to take medical care,” he mentioned.

After mass meals poisoning instances got here to gentle, meals security officers began an investigation and zeroed in on a specific joint, which was closed instantly. During investigation it was discovered that the cool bar-cum-bakery was functioning with out meals security licence.

District collector Bhandari Swagat Ranveerchand, who visited the district hospital, later ordered inspection of all shawarma-making joints.

All contaminated reportedly ate shawarma on Friday, officers mentioned.

In Kerala normally shawarma stalls are arrange as an extension of consuming joints. Earlier additionally many instances of meals poisoning associated to the Arabic dish had been reported from the state. During raids it was discovered that many combine rotten meat with contemporary one and because the burner works at 300 diploma Celsius, it’s tough to note style distinction, mentioned meals security officers.


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