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Mass poisoning reported at Polish facility for Ukrainian refugees.

by The Kyiv Independent news desk November 28, 2022 12:54 AM 1 min read
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Fourteen people, including children, were hospitalized on Nov. 25 after what was likely a mass poisoning at a lodging facility for Ukrainian refugees in the Polish town of Glucholazy, Radio Opole, a Polish public radio station, reported.

Radio Opole reported on Nov. 26 that seven people were still in the hospital but their condition was improving.

A doctor cited by the radio station said that norovirus had been detected in one of the patients and the examination results suggested that it was food poisoning.

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