From the bottom of my heart, well done Jordan. I think all Arab countries should take the lead and follow this shining example of how a country strives to protect the health and welfare of its citizens and all the refugees which live in it.
If I recall correctly, we had a similar incident in Bahrain -- on a much smaller scale.
According to the GDN: December 25, 2005:
Twelve-year-old Bahraini Ali Hussain Ali Ghuloom died after being admitted to the Salmaniya Medical Complex for food poisoning. His mother, two brothers and sister had all become ill. Health inspectors thought the source could have been milk which the family had drunk.
I didn't see any follow up reports about milk being banned in Wonderland. Shame on you Bahrain!