В Украине заболели корью около 200 человек, но эпидемии заболевания нет. Об этом сообщила первый заместитель министра здравоохранения Ульяна Супрун журналистам перед заседанием правительства, передает "УНН".
"В целом по Украине (заболели корью - ред.) где-то 200 человек", - сказала она.
Отвечая на уточнение журналистов о том, идет ли речь сейчас об эпидемии кори, У.Супрун сказала: "Нет, эпидемии нет".
Она также отметила, что в Украине следует выйти на уровень более 95% прививок от кори. К тому же, добавила У.Супрун, сегодня все области обеспечены необходимыми вакцинами.
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