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". PHOTO: FACEBOOK/RAFFLES INSTITUTION
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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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