Spanish Cities Suffer from Stomach Bugs in Bottled Water

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Article courtesy of Fiona Govan | April 12th, 2016 | The Local | Shared as educational material.

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On Monday, April 18th, it was found that over two thousand Spanish civilians had been treated or hospitalized for stomach bugs. Authorities claim that the source of these contaminants was bottled drinking water, namely from the company Grupo Eden Springs. The company later recalled over six thousand water bottles and publically apologized for the trouble. Symptoms of the stomach bug include nausea, diarrhea, and fever. Read more about the crisis here.

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