С начала года корью в Киеве заболели 183 человека В Киеве с начала года корью заболели 183 человека.Как информирует Цензор.НЕТ со ссылкой на телеканал "112 Украина", об этом в комментарии "Українським новинам" сообщили в департаменте здравоохранения Киевской городской госадминистрации (КГГА). "За февраль по состоянию на 12 число зарегистрировано 45 случаев заболевания корью, из них 24 ребенка", – говорится в сообщении. Отмечается, что самое большое количество заболевших фиксируют в Шевченковском, Деснянском и Подольском районах столицы. Ранее сообщалось, что в Украине с начала 2018 года корью заболели 3 тыс. 554 человека. Больше всего заболевших в Ивано-Франковской, Одесской, Закарпатской, Черновицкой и Львовской областях. Напомним, что в Украине в течение 2017 года вдвое вырос уровень вакцинации против кори по сравнению с 2016 годом.Источник: https://censor.net.ua/n3049872
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