|Disease||Country||Reported Date (dd/mm/yyyy)||Region||Location||New/Updated||Source||Verification||Details||Human||All updates relevant to this outbreak|
|Food poisoning||Serbia||12/09/2013||Serbia (Srbija)||New||ProMED||Unverified: Media Report||180 patients have been admitted to the hospital in Danube following a food poisoning. Most of the patients ate hamburgers in several places in the city, while a few of them ate pizza.||Yes||All Updates|
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