Since last Friday's news broke, the number of patients hospitalized after eating Spize's food more than doubled.
As of noon yesterday, 69 people were hospitalized and 46 people were hospitalized.
Previously, 49 people were hospitalized and 21 people were hospitalized.
Yesterday, the Ministry of Health said in a statement on The New Paper that 26 of the inmates were discharged. One person remained in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) while others were recovering.
TNP reported yesterday that the Sats Singapore police officer in the ICU is in a fatal condition where his lungs and kidneys are affected.
The Spize store on 409 River Valley Road provided a set of 88 lunch boxes to Brink 's Singapore on 6 November for the Deepavali event.
The Sats officer ate food as he was placed in Brink's Singapore at the time.
According to a joint statement from the National Environment Agency (NEA), MOH and an agricultural and fisheries authorities on Friday, authorities reported on November 7th that they conducted a joint investigation that day.
The statement added that they are investigating several cases of gastroenteritis due to food intake at the restaurant.
"Including a slotting knife to expose ready food to the chiller and to prepare food that can be eaten right in the crevice between food items without providing handwashing soap (soap dispenser is defective) Some sanitary loss has been observed in the table, "he said.
After that, the license for the outlet has been suspended and will remain in place until the NEA is satisfied that the public health risks have been resolved.
Numerous attempts by TNP to contact Spize co-owner Haresh Sabnani (age 41) were unsuccessful.