The emergency vaccination of residents of the Sovkhoznaya house is carried out on Elmash, 6. The problem is that one of the children has had a very dangerous disease: measles. The announcement of this appeared in the entrances of the ten-story building.
In information Rospotrebnadzor E1.RU confirmed.
"In fact, we have suspicions of measles at this address," the department's press service said. – Anti-epidemic measures are now provided for these situations. Firstly, vaccinations are given to those who are not vaccinated. Because there is a child, it only affects those who live in this house.
By telephone, the E1.RU hotline has been communicated that the residents of the house must immediately contact the hospital. You must have a passport, a policy and a vaccination certificate (if you have one).
– After contact, the vaccine must be delivered within 72 hours. This is a very dangerous disease, and therefore the visit should not be delayed. If you do not know if you have the vaccine or not, then it is better to put it, – he explained in the 23rd hospital.
In August of last year, measles was found in a one-year-old boy who lived in Moscow. As a result, the skyscraper was quarantined for three weeks.
But it was an isolated case and in 2016 there were as many as 87 people. In 2017, they found measles in a child who was presumably vaccinated. We, in the editorial board, have also conducted an experiment, showing how the market for false documents in Yekaterinburg works.
Text: Sergey PANIN
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