"We are in five cases that have sued the district of Zell am See (Pinzgau)," said Petra Juhasz, an American medical director at Salzburg, on Wednesday on request at S24. "There was also another case in the province of Salzburg this year." It is never a contagious disease. "Above all, amongst unmarried children, the risk of serious complications is very high," warns Juhas.
Deadly possible exit
Mushroom can cause permanent damage or death. After the illness, the immune system continues to weaken for several years, increasing the risk of dying from other infectious diseases. It is hospitalized among four patients, and five suffer complications such as pneumonia, bronchitis, otitis media or enmity. One-year-old children with pregnancies have more than 600 people, some years later suffering from a special inflammation of the brain.
The Austrian 2017 mosquito immunization rate examined 48,000 children between 2 to 5 years old, with the second alcohol being vaccinated, 27,000 children between six and nine, and a half million 15-30 years old babies are not adequately protected. That's why it's not surprising to know about viral diseases again and again. "The vaccination coverage is not enough," says Director of Health in Juhasz. "95% would be needed to support the entire population".
Risks to children's health
According to Juhasz, parents of nursing homes with nursing homes are not subjected to serious complications of the disease: "In the case of an infection, nursery and nursery school do not have nursery in three weeks."
Therefore, elm disease is dangerous
Each non-immune person in contact with the patient's patient is infected with the pathogen. The virus is commonly transmitted through the droplet infection, that is, sweating, cough, which is why the infection is possible even at longer distances. In the usual course of the disease, fever, headache, nose, cough and eye conjunctivitis infections occur between eight and 14 days. On the third day of the second day of the illness, the corpse and regular spots are peeled on the cheek mucous, falling from fever and from the fourth day of the illness to reddish red and red. This extends across the whole body and, after a week, the breast is formed. The incubation period is 21 days.
Conclusions after the virus infection
In addition to the suffering of patients and their relatives, it should be taken into account that the appearance of the mosquitoes would have more consequences: in the case of an occurrence, the competent authorities identify, contact, clarify and vaccinate if necessary for each individual person. A vaccine or subject to proper restriction.
Increased number of infections
Everyone who has contracted a measurer has a long-lasting protection. You can only get the helix once. However, hawthorn is just a harmful childhood illness. The World Health Organization (WHO) has increased the number of infections at the end of 2018. In 2017, there were 30 percent more cases reported than in the previous year, according to the United Nations. According to this, in 2017 110,000 people were killed worldwide, mostly children.
Free Austrian vaccines
The federal states can insert the vaccine into vaccine offices, and the vaccine is free for all people living in Austria. "The measles vaccine is voluntary, but I hope that many people can insert it," said Health Minister Beate Hartinger -Slein (FPÖ). "Determination of self-determination" and healthcare workers could make healthcare available, said Edge of the Council of Ministries.
The measles vaccine is available in Austria with the vaccine and vaccine (MMR vaccine). According to Impfprogramm Österreich 2019, two MMR vaccines are recommended after 9 months. There are missing MMR grafts for any age. Because it is a direct vaccine, "too many vaccinations" is not possible.
(APA / S24)