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Tag: incidence

Nov 12

HIV incidence in Belarus decreases by almost 10%

According to the incidence rate of the human immunodeficiency virus, the Gomel region is still the leader, the least infected in the Grodno region. Chief Editor

Nov 10

Zhukova: the incidence of ARVI in Belarus is 20% lower than last year

This year, the period of increase in the number of cases has shifted – by a week compared to the previous year. Chief Editor

Nov 04

The incidence of Lyme borreliosis has increased in the Mogilev region

In Shklovsky district, a case of tick-borne encephalitis was recorded. Chief Editor

Nov 02

Epidemiologists have noted an increase in the incidence of salmonellosis

The incidence of salmonellosis in the first half of this year compared with the same period of the previous year increased by more than 30%. Chief Editor

Oct 27

The incidence of measles has risen sharply in Ukraine

Over the past week alone, more than one and a half thousand people fell ill with measles in Ukrainian cities. Chief Editor

Oct 24

ARI incidence in Minsk decreased by 4.4% in 2018

As a result of the campaign, 40.5% of the population of the capital were vaccinated, among the sick – more than 70% of minors. Chief Editor

Oct 22

Epidemiologists talked about seasonal incidence in Belarus

Doctors note that isolated cases of influenza are detected only in unvaccinated patients, Belarusians are more often affected by viruses of non-influenza etiology. Chief Editor

Oct 21

Influenza is coming: in countries neighboring Belarus, the incidence is noticeably increasing

The number of people with influenza and SARS is growing in almost all countries neighboring Belarus. Chief Editor

Oct 20

The Ministry of Health spoke about the incidence of influenza in Belarus

The incidence of SARS and influenza in the republic today is characterized as average. Chief Editor

Oct 20

Chief sanitary doctor about influenza and SARS: we are at the peak of the incidence

The highest incidence of influenza is observed in the Gomel region, where up to 20% of students are absent due to illness in schools. Chief Editor