Fermented Soy poisoning: Over 30 people hospitalised in Mizoram

Over 30 people have been hospitalised in Mizoram after they reportedly consumed fermented soyabean. The incident happened on Monday evening. 
A Health department source said that a 10 year-old boy is among the people who have been hospitalised.

The source said that 32 people from Chite Veng, which is located in the eastern part of Aizawl under Aizawl East-2 assembly constituency, have been treated at a makeshift centre in a church as well as in hospitals. 

According to the source, 28 persons have been treated at a makeshift centre at a Presbyterian church hall, 3 persons at a private hospital in Aizawl and one at a government hospital. The source said that nurses and doctors visit the centre on rotation to see the patients. The source then said there is not a single fatality case.

Meanwhile, on being enquired as to why the affected people are being treated in the makeshift centre and not in hospitals, an official source said that the Health department had arranged the makeshift centre “as hospital facilities are limited amid the spread of COVID-19”.

- Advertisement -

For more such stories, follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Download our Android App. Subscribe to our Website Notifications to stay updated.

Proudly Hosted on
ed1c4a67imp

Also Read

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Connect With Us

8,093FansLike
104FollowersFollow

Latest

NSCN IM Konyak Region to stand by Framework Agreement

The Konyak Region, NSCN General Meeting was held on the 16th April, 2021 at Region Treasury, 5th Mile, Dimapur. The meeting was...

Nagaland government holds consultative meeting on RIIN

The consultative meeting with "civil society organisations and tribal hohos" on Register for Indigenous Inhabitants of Nagaland (RIIN) was held at the...

Suspected underground cadres open fire at trucks along NH-37, deflate tyres

Suspected underground cadres on Friday attacked on Imphal-bound loaded trucks including oil tankers with gunshots along the Imphal-Jiribam section of NH-37, damaging...

DMUTKLI Congratulates Prof Dr NG Ngalengnam

Stating that Prof Dr NG Ngalengnam acquired the promotion that he rightly deserve for his hard work and dedication, the Dhanamanjuri University...

African Swine Fever Kill Over 600 Pigs in Mizoram

African Swine Fever has been confirmed to be the cause of death of over 600 pigs in Mizoram. A...