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Food Poisoning at Geylang Serai Temporary Market

This morning the news reported that they have isolated a bacteria which might be the cause of the food poisoning outbreak at the Indian Rojak Stall in Geylang Serai. The Vibrio Parahaemolyticus bacteria is the same family of bacteria that causes Cholera. But the authorities have yet to conclude that this bacteria is the cause of the outbreak.

So how has this latest food poisoning outbreak affected your eating habits? Have you stopped eating at hawker centres altogether or are you just more careful about choosing what to eat? Has anyone here eaten Indian Rojak over the last few days? I reckon all the Indian Rojak stalls must have been severely affected by this. One person I met whose Uncle-in-law was one of the patients in ICU said that they would sue the Indian Rojak Stall. What kind of punishment should NEA dish out to such stalls? Or is the fact that the negative publicity which will almost certainly mean financial disaster for the stall enough?

Let us know what you think of the whole incident.

Our condolences to the family of Mdm Aminah Samijo and also to the family of the lady who miscarried and lost her 2 month old child. Please remember to pray their families and also for the others who are still in ICU.

Link to my blog post on this stall.