Two cancer patients catch rare bugs linked to hospital water supply

August 19, 2019

Two children with cancer have allegedly caught a rare infection linked to the water supply at Queen Elizabeth University Hospital in Glasgow, according to an article on the Scottish Sun website.

The hospital has sealed off a section of a ward after the multiple kids contradicted strange infections.

An investigation has been launched as the hospital reviews its infection control practices and the ward environment.

Hospital officials say the situation is not connected to previous infections linked to pigeon droppings.

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