A cyberattack on the Hurley Medical Center in Flint, Michigan, caused delays in lunch service at the hospital, according to The Flint Journal.
The attack, carried out last month by the hacking group Anonymous, was a protest over the Flint water crisis in which elevated lead levels were found in the city's water supply. The hack caused generic lunch trays to be sent out to patients, and nurses had to supervise for special diets, according to the report.
In addition, the report said there were delays in the emergency room because staff members could not print certain materials, including ID badges and patient discharge notices. Article