Bacteria found in Rojak's victims is just for report only
- From: Zanzibar <zanzibar_duck@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 8 Apr 2009 12:44:03 -0700 (PDT)
According to some doctors, bacteria found in Rojak's victims is just a
diagnosis only. There is no way to prove that bacteria found in the
victim stool was the same as the bacteria found in the affected
It seemed, in fact, there was no "forensic" team at the scene of the
affected stalll scooping up food bacterium back to their laboratories
for testing. The rojak foods and the rojak gravy at the stall were not
seized nor detained for bacterium investigation by MOH.
In fact, it seemed, MOH does not have a on-site "forensic" team to
launch a on-site search and investigation of the "poisoning"
What they have is a team of directors sitting behind their desks
ordering their hospitals to instruct their doctors to obtain stool
test on the victims, and then report back to them at the earliest
moment for them to update at press time.
What happened was that the stall had by now already thrown all their
contaminated food items and gravy away, and that the utensils in the
stall had also been washed and cleaned up, and that the floor had
washed and scrubbed clean.
The bacterium report will only to say that the vicitm did have
bacteria in their stools. It is not meant as proof in saying that the
bacterium found in the stool of victims was the same as the bacterium
in the foods of the stall.
So the bacterium report is a wayang laboratory report only. It cannot
be use to prove that the foods at the stall had the same bacterium.
What is needed is proper restructuring of the MOH in which there
should be invesitgative forensic team ready t obe on site to check out
the food quality in terms of food manufacturing quality and food
production quality, and daily unconsumed food disposal policy.
Food poisoning is waiting dangerously everyday created by food
contamination for the "killing " of people. It's time to remove the
NEA and MOH directors in order to refresh the ways to remove food
poisoning from it.
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