More than 150 people suffered from humanitarian deliveries, which have provided the world food programme of the UN
The tragedy happened in Uganda. There after the people had prepared food from humanitarian aid, killing two people and sent 160 hospital beds.
Program of the world food programme of the UN in the country was delivered to the grain. It was distributed to families. The result – a mass poisoning with fatal outcomes.
This information is confirmed by the law enforcement agencies of Uganda. “2 people dead as of this time, 160 are in different hospitals after eating, common UN programme”, – stated in the message.
The fact of the mass poisoning and death of two people confirmed by the representatives of the red cross of Uganda. The organization appealed to the residents of the country, a statement not to use foods for humanitarian grain. Separately noted lactating women, those who ate the humanitarian aid of the UN. They called for an immediate halt to breastfeed their babies.
The Red Cross of Uganda also confirmed the death and advised the mothers who consumed this food, immediately stop breastfeeding their children.
The authorities and the staff of the world food programme of the UN are conducting a thorough investigation to determine what caused the death and poisoning of people.
As previously reported, in early March in Kharkiv region recorded this year’s first case of salmonellosis. According to the regional laboratory center, six residents of the city Dergachi hit with this infection in the hospital after the birthday celebration.
“In the course of the studies of Salmonella detected in pork, and homemade mayonnaise. In addition, the bacterium was found in one of the washouts from the table on which the food was cooked,” – said in a local laboratory center.
The symptoms in all were the same: fever, abdominal pain, diarrhea. Patients hospitalized in regional clinical infectious diseases hospital.
Upon admission the doctors assessed their condition as average weight. Later there was another appeal of this kind, but this time poisoned were treated on an outpatient basis.