The diarrhea outbreak which has locked down Queens College seems not to be abating as at least a student on a daily basis is being admitted in one general hospital or another in Lagos state, according to Punch. According to a parent whose child had been admitted at the Lagos University Teaching Hospital, Idi Araba, no fewer than 15 pupils of the school were receiving treatment in LUTH. She said: “My daughter did not show any symptom until about two weeks ago. We took her to a private clinic in our area, where she stayed for five days without any improvement. “Then, we took her to a standard hospital where some consultants battled with the infection. After I had spent about N150,000, I was advised to take her to LUTH. “In LUTH, I saw a lot of Queen’s College parents with their children. We were about 15 in number. Just yesterday, they brought a girl in school uniform. She was brought by her parents directly from the school. Unfortunately, while some of our children are struggling to survive, the school is trying to manage its reputation by lying that all is well. “They are bringing pupils on a daily basis. The school authority and the Federal Ministry of Education are paying lip service to this unfolding incident.” Another parent who spoke with Punch said one of the doctors attending to the children cautioned that pupils who had yet to show any sign of infection were more at risk. He said: “We were told that the more the bacterial stays dormant in the body of the girls, the more dangerous it would be. There is a need for the school management to sensitise all the parents whose children have not fallen ill to take urgent action. It is dangerous for pupils to still be using that environment because the infection has not been isolated.” The Students caught  diarrhea after eating spaghetti and drinking water  which was said to have been contaminated.