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200 workers sick after eating Mutte

Published On : 02 Oct 2016   |  Reported By : Canaranews Network


Mangaluru: Nearly 200 workers from Baraka Fish factory and some residents of Natekal and Ullal have been reported sick after eating the head portion of a particular fish called as 'Mutte'.

The affected people have been admitted to hospitals in Deralakatte. Nearly 200 workers from Fish Mill in Ullal had fallen sick after eating meal on Friday night. Most of them had had pulling sensation in their hands and legs as well as diarrhea.

As there is scarcity of beds in the hospital, several girls and young men have come back after getting treated as out-patients in various hospitals in Thokkottu and Deralakatte.







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