47 festival attendees suspected of being poisoned after consuming bread and dumplings

Food Poisoning at Lai Thieu Co Ong Bon Festival Leaves 47 Hospitalized, Sparking Investigation

The Co Ong Bon Festival in Lai Thieu was a joyous occasion for many, but for some, it turned out to be a nightmare. A charity group provided free bread and dumplings to attendees on April 3rd, but after consuming these items, many people began to feel unwell. Symptoms included stomachaches, vomiting, dizziness, and fatigue.

A total of 47 people were hospitalized due to food poisoning, with 5 individuals being discharged and 42 others remaining for monitoring. Authorities are currently investigating the cause of the incident and have taken samples of the food for testing.

The Ong Bon Pagoda Festival is a traditional Chinese event in Binh Duong that takes place annually on the 25th day of the lunar calendar. The festival features various rituals, processions, performances, and activities such as lion and dragon dancing. It is rotated among temples every four years according to Chinese customs.

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