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Заболеваемость корью в Украине пошла на спад
Заболеваемость корью в Украине пошла на спад
В Украине наметилась тенденция к снижению заболеваемости корью. Об этом на брифинге рассказал заместитель гендиректора по надзору за инфекционными болезнями Центра общественного здоровья Минздрава Виктор Ляшко. Всего за прошедшую неделю заболело 798 человек: 287 взрослых и 511 детей. «Это на 14% меньше, чем на предыдущей неделе. Мы ожидаем, что тенденция к уменьшению количества заболевших корью продолжится, а к лету вообще выйдем на ноль», — добавил Ляшко. С начала года корью заболели 4298 человек: 1,4 тыс. взрослых и 2875 детей. Госпитализировали около 2800 пациентов. Подтверждены пять летальных случаев. Последний смертельный случай зарегистрирован у невакцинированной пятилетней девочки в Закарпатской области. Лидером по количеству больных остается Ивано-Франковская область (около 1000 человек). На втором и третьем месте — Одесская и Закарпатская. Меньше всего больных выявлено в Черниговской, Сумской, Луганской и Ровенской областях. Говоря об обеспеченности вакцинами, представитель Центра общественного здоровья анонсировал поставку 200 тыс. доз вакцины от UNICEF, а в апреле — еще миллион доз. Во втором полугодии поступит дополнительная миллионная партия вакцины. Напомним, за период с 5 по 11 февраля в Киеве с диагнозом корь госпитализированы 288 человек, в том числе 180 детей.
    2018-02-13 17:10:04


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