Two cases of measles were recorded in Sofia. The head of the First Child Department Department of the Specialist Hospital for Active Managing of Infectious Diseases and Parasite Diseases "Association of Professor Ivan Kirov". Professor Atanas Mangarov is a three-year-old boy and a 37 year old woman. South Westerly
Director of the National Center for Tinned and Paralysis Diseases, Dr. Todor Kantardzhiev, told the BNT that the female was treated in a private hospital but was sent to an infectious Disease Hospital. The 25-40 age group is a risk of losing a vaccine, "said Kantardzhiev.
The child is placed in the First Children's Hospital at the Special Hospital for Active Handling of Infectious Diseases and Parasites. "The situation of our 3-year-old child in hospital is very good," said Professor Mangarov, named by the FOCUS News Agency.
According to Dr. Todor Kantardzhiev, the number of squirrels across Europe and the Balkans has been rising several times due to lack of vaccine and seasonal staff from countries such as Ukraine. There are 36,000 cases in the neighboring countries, the number of people in the neighboring countries is also increasing – in Serbia, 5,500 in Romania, the number a & # 39; reduced – 1,500, but last year they were 10,000, in Romania about 2,500. measles children in Macedonia,
"In Bulgaria, the rate of vaccine is still high, so our country is currently avoiding this change, but is not willing to travel with children under 13 months in dangerous countries and those who did not overseas the disease, to avoid communicating with children in the first day after they returned, "Dr. Kantardjiev. He states that the state should take severe steps against the presence of false or impaired vaccines.
A fluid vaccine is two -13 months old and 13 years old. Two years ago, many areas of measles had occurred in the Stolipinovo area of Plovdiv.