Mass poisoning of vacationers from “LPR” in Crimea. Children were particularly affected
A massive infection with rotavirus infection was found among the residents of occupied part of Luhansk, who went on voucher to annexed Crimea.
A female resident of Luhansk told about this situation to “Segodnya” (Today) publication.
According to her, infection occurred in Alushta boarding guest house “Lazurniy”. People had symptoms of rotavirus infection – fever, vomiting, stomachache, diarrhea, weakness.
Woman said that pre-school children were particularly affected since their sickness went on up to five days in acute form.
The owner of the recreation center drove those who appealed to the infectious diseases department of Alushta city, warning them to give a fictitious address.
According to Luhansk female resident, the boarding guest house staff hired from LPR also suffered from this infection that is probably due to the lack of their medical records book.
In July, the Children’s Health Camp “Bereg” (Beach) was closed in Alushta due to violations of sanitary standards. Violations were revealed in the catering unit and in the building of the camp.
On July 17, in Yevpatoria 54 people were hospitalized with signs of food poisoning from the camp “Luchisty”- 49 children from Tatarstan and 5 employees.
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