Health Ministry: If there are E.Coli symptoms, get checked

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June 5, 2011 11:11

 
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The Health Ministry called on Israeli tourists returning from Germany in the last ten days suffering from diarrhea to go and be checked by their family doctor in order to prevent a contamination of Israeli cucumbers, Army Radio reported Sunday.

Health officials announced that imported vegetables are continuing to undergo strict examination to make sure that they have not been contaminated.

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