Dog meat is certainly a delicacy for most Vietnamese, who believe eating it in the second half of the lunar thirty day period helps dispel bad luck. The closure impacts two rural villages where bacterias were found in samples taken from canines, Tuan said, adding that the slaughterhouses did not have buy receipts for the animals. The populous city has recorded 150 human cholera cases in the past month, The Liberated Saigon newspaper reported.. Cholera Scare Closes Doggie Meat Shops in Vietnam Vietnam closed around 60 dog meats restaurants and slaughterhouses in outlying parts of the administrative centre after cholera bacteria were within two of the animals, monday a health official said. The businesses will be permitted to reopen in fourteen days supplied they are cholera-free of charge and the owners can show their meat originates from hygienic sources, said Le Anh Tuan, director of the Hanoi health department.Related StoriesIdentifying obstructive coronary artery disease in ladies: an interview with Dr. Ladapo, NYU College of MedicineFidgeting while seated may be good for usInnovation in anaesthesia: an interview with Matti Lehtonen, GE HealthcareMost victims think that the one-time contact with carbon monoxide, would immediately result in problems but in fact the nagging problems may appear much further down the line. The experts say that heart injury because of carbon monoxide poisoning raises long-term risk of loss of life.