The Ministry of Public Health and the Ministry of Municipalities have withdrawn this mushroom from Thailand in coordination with the Ministry of Public Health in a situation where the inspection conducted based on the warning given by the inspection agencies in some countries has proven that this product is contaminated with bacteria, the ministry said in a statement. The presence of the bacteria was also confirmed when products from local markets were subjected to analysis at laboratories in Qatar.
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The ministry also clarified that all exports from abroad have been subjected to laboratory analysis. A special expert team under the ministry has also been appointed to find out and check the reasons for the presence of bacteria in mushrooms. The ministry asked consumers to throw away the purchased packs of this product. Customers also have the option to return the product to the outlets where they purchased it.
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The Ministry of Health advised consumers to immediately visit the nearest health center if symptoms such as vomiting, nausea, persistent fever, muscle pain or severe headache occur after consuming the product.