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Вспышка кори: На Закарпатье за месяц заболели около 200 человек
Вспышка кори: На Закарпатье за месяц заболели около 200 человек
На Закарпатье в декабре корью заболели около 200 человек, большинство из них - дети. Об этом сообщает Мukachevo.net. Среди больных около 70% дети до 17 лет, а больше всех болеют малыши до четырех лет. По состоянию на конец декабря корь регистрируется на всех административных территориях области, кроме Перечинского и Великоберезнянского районов. Самый высокий показатель заболеваемости корью в Виноградовском, Хустском и Тячевском районах. Интенсивное распространение кори наблюдается среди лиц, склонных к кочевому образу жизни, которые не имеют прививок против кори. За 11 месяцев 2017 года в области зарегистрировано 416 случаев кори, из них 379 - у детей.  Эксперты прогнозируют в 2018 году пик эпидемии кори. Ранее сообщалось, что в Одессе из-за вспышки кори власти приняли решение до 22 января продлить школьные каникулы, напоминает "Багнет".  
    2018-01-10 12:09:49


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