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Over 1,600 People Have Reported Illness After Staying In Dominican Republic

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Business Insider reports over 1,000 people have reported becoming ill after or during their vacations in the Dominican Republic this year. The stories have been reported on IWasPoisoned.com. Recently, there has been growing media coverage of mysterious tourist deaths and illnesses in the Dominican Republic. Patrick Quade, the founder of IWasPoisoned.com, said he's seen an unprecedented spike in "highly unusual data" at resorts in Punta Cana this year. There have been at least 1,600 reports of suspected poisoning in the Dominican Republic in 2019, up from 10 reports in 2018. Over 700 specifically mention the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Punta Cana.

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