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US Entire tour group of 51 people taken to hospital with food poisoning in Washington, D.C.

21:26  02 april  2018
21:26  02 april  2018 Source:   foxnews.com

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The entire tour group , 48 teens and three adults, were taken to local hospitals as a precaution. More than 50 people — mostly teens — were hospitalized in Washington on Sunday night after many fell ill from food poisoning in the Big Apple, officials said.

Food poisoning can cause significant loss of body water and changes in the electrolyte levels in the blood. If the affected individual has underlying medical conditions requiring Listeria is a type of bacteria that has caused the two most deadly outbreaks of food poisoning in United States history.

a red and white bus parked in a parking lot: Dozens of people were taken to the hospital after some reported having symptoms of food poisoning Sunday night. © Provided by Fox News Dozens of people were taken to the hospital after some reported having symptoms of food poisoning Sunday night.

More than 50 people on a trip from New York to Washington, D.C., were taken to the hospital Sunday night after about a dozen of them showed signs of food poisoning, officials said.

The group of 48 teenagers and three adults, believed to be tourists from London, were transported to the hospital as a precaution after several people reporting having “gastrointestinal” problems, FOX5 DC reported.

The group had just arrived at Hotel Harrington in Washington.

The group became sick as they were on the way to Washington, with many of them showing symptoms of food poisoning, said Vito Maggiolo, ‎District of Columbia Fire and EMS spokesman.

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( 51 %). Possible. For example, the poison control centers were initially so overwhelmed with calls that they often did not have time to record It has been asserted that the entire epidemic was created by media coverage and reporting of illness coincidental with eating aldicarb-contaminated watermelons.

Food poisoning occurs when you eat or drink something that contains harmful germs (bacteria, viruses, or parasites). Symptoms of food poisoning can begin hours or days after consuming contaminated food or drink. The timing depends in part on the cause of the food poisoning .

"We were told that some of the group were ill when they were in New York so we think whatever issue they’ve encountered did not originate here,” he said.

Maggiolo said the first call for assistance came in at around 7 p.m. and then became a “slowly escalating incident,” according to the New York Daily News.

Doctors were investigating whether the sickened group contracted norovirus.

Hotel Harrington is a premiere tourist destination because of its proximity to major D.C. attractions.

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