There are seven children in hospital, one of them in critical condition. They became ill after consuming ground beef steaks sold by Lidl. The chain removed all the merchandise of the establishments in the area. The Regional Agency for French health (ARS) said Thursday that has the certainty that the outbreak of e. coli in which seven children in the North of the country are hospitalized is not linked with the epidemic unleashed in Germany. The ARS sources pointed out that the source of infection registered in France is not the same as the of the of Germany, but pointed out that they are waiting for the results of the analysis to be able to offer more details. So far seven children have been hospitalized for symptoms linked to an infection of the bacterium e.
coli after consuming ground beef fillets purchased at a supermarket in the German chain Lidl. Juveniles have between 18 months and six years of age, and they said the Lille hospital supplies, the State of one of them is critical, but you have to be reasonably optimistic because they are going to apply all relevant treatments. Lidl removed meat chain Lidl, for his part, he indicated that, since the General direction of feeding reported them that intoxication, hypothetically linked to ground beef sold at their establishments, it was decided to remove all that merchandise distributed North of the line that goes from Bordeaux to Lyon. A representative of the company noted that this precautionary measure was taken on Wednesday night, regardless of the expiration date of the available meat, and will be maintained until the results of the analysis are known. For its part, the French Minister of agriculture, Bruno Le Maire, added this afternoon that France will draw all the conclusions of the ongoing investigations. We leave nothing aside nor random, we want to have all the indicators on the origin and the safeguards to prevent further pollution, as well as to draw all the conclusions about what happens, he said after a meeting in Paris with French farmers. Source of the news: France decouples the origin of its outbreak of e. coli from the epidemic in Germany