Ship where Polish tourists were poisoned fined by Albanian authorities

The ship where the Polish where poisoned, in Karaburun
 The ship where the Polish where poisoned, in Karaburun
 The National Food Authority of Vlorë has imposed a fine of 6 million lek on an entity following inspections conducted on a vessel where Polish tourists were suspected to have been poisoned. The fine was levied due to non-compliance with regulations concerning food preparation and storage, local media say.

Comprehensive checks were conducted at all the locations visited by the tourists, where they consumed food.

Food samples were collected from the ship where the tourists dined and were suspected of falling ill. These samples were then dispatched to Tirana for further analysis.

The results of the analysis, which will encompass testing for salmonella and other potential sources of the poisoning, are anticipated within 3-4 days.

Concurrently, the Directorate of Public Health has gathered fecal samples from both children and individuals on the ship. These samples are undergoing examination to establish the precise origin of the poisoning before an official conclusion can be drawn..
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