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Health Department investigating 'Best of Baltimore' event left people sick

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Baltimore Magazine event included samples of food from some of the winners of the Best in Baltimore contest as well as dancing and drinks. Maryland Department of Health sent out a survey to attendees as part of its investigation. Baltimore Magazine contacted the health department after multiple attendees developed an illness days after the event.
Published 5 months ago · Baltimore, United States

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