She made her children eggs for breakfast before they went to school.

After her children were killed by the breakfast she prepared for her family, a mother in Mexico is going through awful things. Here’s what happened: The woman committed a mistake that many people unknowingly commit.

In order to prepare a healthy supper for her two school-age children, Augustin, 8, and Maria, 6, Josefina got up early in the morning and went shopping.

She made the decision to make them tortillas stuffed with eggs and bacon and serve them with fresh orange juice.

The little ones washed their hands before lunch, ate freely, and went to school, but a phone call frightened their mother, revealing that they were in horrible shape.

The children were in the hospital with a low chance of survival due to a high fever caused by Salmonella.

Medical examination at the hospital revealed that the bacteria were present in the breakfast that the mother had lovingly prepared…

After much deliberation, the mother and doctors agreed that Josefina had used her cell phone to respond to messages sent by her husband while preparing breakfast, and that this was most likely how she contaminated the dish with salmonella.

The mother is now taking every chance to remind all parents not to touch their phones while preparing dinner.

Salmonella food poisoning, often known as food poisoning, is a bacterial infection caused by many strains of the salmonella bacterium. Salmonella food poisoning is spread through food and drink from infected people or animals’ feces.

The most prevalent salmonella-contaminated items are eggs and undercooked chicken.

Although any meal can become contaminated if it comes into direct contact with a sick person who does not wash their hands, or if it comes into contact with other contaminated foods. The simplest way to avoid a disaster is to thoroughly wash your hands before preparing a meal.

Salmonellosis symptoms include the following:

high temperature and chills;

a headache

diarrhoeal episodes, some of which may be bloody;

vomiting and nausea;

severe stomach pain and cramping