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Beijing warns of possible outbreak of E.Coli

06-16-2011 09:25 BJT Special Report:EU Struggles with E. Coli Outbreak |

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To prevent a possible outbreak in China, the Beijing Public Health Bureau has released a notice to warn residents of the disease.

Anyone who has symptoms of intestinal bleeding, should not take anti-diarrhea or anti-biotic medications without doctor's permission. Those suffering from symptoms should go to hospital and inform local centers for disease control as soon as possible.

An E.Coli outbreak has swept Germany, killing 29 people and sickening nearly 3 thousand. Within one week, the disease spread to 12 other European countries and also the United States.

To prevent a possible outbreak in China, the Beijing Public Health
Bureau has released a notice to warn residents of the disease.

 

Editor:Zhang Jingya |Source: CNTV.CN

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