The Centre for Health
Protection is investigating three suspected food poisoning cases involving
The first two cases
involved four men aged 27 to 28 and two women aged 32 and 33 who dined in a
Jordan restaurant on March 9 and March 13. They developed symptoms of food
poisoning afterwards. Two men and the women sought medical treatment.
In the third case,
six men and seven women, aged 18 months to 59 years,
developed symptoms after having dinner in a Tsim Sha Tsui restaurant
on March 15. Seven of them sought medical treatment.
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