Kinder Statement From WHO: 151 Cases From 11 Countries
The World Health Organization made a statement about Kinder Surprise, which was decided to be confiscated in Turkey. Stating that the Salmonella infection, which frightened the world, originated from a chocolate production facility in Belgium, WHO announced that a total of 151 cases from 11 countries have been reported so far. The World Health Organization (WHO) made a statement about the Salmonella infection, which is called monophasic Salmonella Typhimurium sequence type 34. As a result of the investigation, he stated that the infection originated from a chocolate production facility in Belgium and 151 cases were detected. It has been reported from 11 countries to date.
Based on Chocolate Made in Belgium
WHO noted that the UK first informed them of the Salmonella infection on 27 March, and the evidence was based on a chocolate product manufactured in Belgium as of 25 April. In the statement, “In December 2021 and January 2022, monophasic S. Typhimurium, corresponding to human epidemic cases, was detected in buttermilk (under buttermilk) tanks at the Ferrero Corporate facility in Arlon, Belgium.” Stating that the chocolate products mentioned were distributed worldwide after the Salmonella tests were negative, WHO emphasized that the epidemic was resistant to 6 types of antibiotics, according to the analysis.
Countries with Cases
As of 25 April, WHO Belgium (26 cases), France (25 cases), Germany (10 cases), Ireland (15 cases), Luxembourg (1 case), Netherlands (2 cases), Norway (1 case), Spain ( 1 case) cases) ) cases) cases), Sweden (4 cases), the United Kingdom (65 cases) and the United States (1 case), a total of 151 Salmonella cases. The Salmonella bacteria crisis, which started in England and emerged in Kinder Surprises, spread to Europe, and in this context, the Ministry of Agriculture decided to recall Kinder branded products.
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