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In Poland, the number of infected with measles is multiplied
In Poland, measles infections increase, and health minister Lukasz Szumowski has urged them to leave themselves and their children are vaccinated. AP reported today. In Mazovia's Voivodeship, where Warsaw's metropolis is located, 17 children have recently been infected with measles.
According to the minister, measles only infected children who did not let their parents vaccinate. "This should be a precaution that we should be warm, let's be wise, let's be wise, let's get vaccinated," said Szumowski, who tried to counteract the fear that vaccines could be dangerous to children.
He also pointed out that a child under 13 months is still ill with the vaccine. The only way to protect such children from infection is to provide adequate population protection, which must be at least 95 percent.
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Infection with measles is the most dangerous in children under six years, which can cause measles to cause life-threatening complications.
The World Health Organization (WHO) warned at the end of October that certain countries in Europe, including Poland and the Czech Republic, have lost confidence in the safety of vaccines, leading to an increased incidence of certain infectious diseases, including measles.
Fairs are highly infectious viral diseases. In the initial stage, fever, runny nose, conjunctivitis and cough occur in the patient. Later there is a rash that is deep and a little spotted. Emissions begin in the head and spread gradually to the face, neck, abdomen and legs.
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