Egypt: 100 tourists from UK ill at Coral Sea Waterworld Complex, bacterial poisoning suspected

Posted on August 3, 2014 • Filed under: Egypt, Tourist Food Poisoning, Travel Health reported poor hygiene blamed for sickness bug which swept through the four-star Coral Sea Waterworld complex in Sharm el Sheikh, Egypt, where a British girl drowned last year. Spreading: The Shigella bug has been blamed for a sickness bug sweeping Coral Sea Waterworld in Egypt. Up to 100 British tourists have fallen ill

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after a sickness bug swept through an Egyptian holiday resort. Several were still on intravenous drips in their hotel rooms last night at the four-star Coral Sea Waterworld complex. Angry holidaymakers blamed the virulent bug on dirty buffet food containers, utensils and tables and poor hygiene. It has spread so fast that resort bosses have had to draft in extra doctors to cope with the sickness outbreak. Read Article

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