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Apurimac: 76 people were poisoned after eating in a sporting event Shop | Peru | Apurimac



A total of 62 children and 14 adults were found drunk After a meal in a sports championship in Andarapa District, Andahuaylas Province (Apurímac), Last April 24.

In this event, where pupils and parents from Chanta Humacu, Huancas, Illahuasi and Andarapa communities took part, foods like chicken aguadito, noodles with huancaina quinoa cream, cheese and milk were distributed.

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Food preparation products were donated by Andarapa and parents. Some were even taken from the Qali Warma program.

Four children arrived at Andarapa Medical Center on Thursday 25 with symptoms such as diarrhea and vomiting. Similarly, over the course of the day, 20 people from the Chanta Humaca community had symptoms reported by phone. intoxication,

The news continued on April 26, 27 and 28, from other communities and Andarapa itself. All the handicapped confirmed that they were eating food in a sports competition.

In view of this situation, the Regional Health Directorate Apurímac he organized two ambulances, four deliveries to transport patients to the Andarapa Medical Center, ten doctors, 21 nurses, nine obstetricians, 21 nursing technicians, and a group of support brigadistas.

Until National Police Agents, Ministry of Health and Contingent Officers of the Regional Health Directorate arrived to collect samples and identify causes intoxication,

Qali Warma's CEO, Fredy Hinojoza and the regional coordinator of the program in the region have also been achieved. Apurímac, Ronald Valer Palacios, who verified the warehouses where Qali Warma products are located. They confirmed that they would complain about the use of these products in a particular activity.

After a few days interned in the Andarapa Health Center, the victims intoxication They were already discharged. No critical cases reported.

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