About 200 RI students down with food poisoning last week, days before A-level exams

Raffles Institution is "monitoring the situation closely and working with the relevant government agencies to ascertain the cause of food poisoning".
Raffles Institution is "monitoring the situation closely and working with the relevant government agencies to ascertain the cause of food poisoning".PHOTO: FACEBOOK/RAFFLES INSTITUTION

SINGAPORE - About 200 Raffles Institution (RI) students displayed symptoms of food poisoning over the past weekend, just days before many are due to sit their A-level examinations, The Straits Times has learnt.

Most of the affected are Year 6 students, who had symptoms such as diarrhoea and stomachache. One student was hospitalised.

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