In Lutsk extended school holidays due to flu and measles

В Луцке продлили школьные каникулы из-за гриппа и кори

In luck worsened the epidemiological situation

Next week the luck will close schools and eight extracurricular institutions of the regional center.

The city Council of Lutsk because of rising incidence of measles, influenza and SARS in the region encouraged schools to extend winter vacations in schools till January 20. This was reported by Facts on Friday, January 11.

“In connection with the aggravation of the epidemiological situation regarding the incidence of measles and SARS, in accordance with the decision of the Board of school Directors dated 11 January 2019, Protocol No. 1, we recommend that the decision of the pedagogical Council to extend the vacation period until January 20, 2019”, govoritsa in the minutes of the meeting of the Executive Committee of the city Council of Lutsk.

Classes are canceled in eight extracurricular institutions of the regional center: the Palace of students, the Center for scientific and technical youth, Small Academy of Sciences and others.

On the eve of the power of Chernigov made the decision to enter quarantine in educational and medical institutions in connection with the excess epidporog incidence of influenza.

We will remind, in Ukraine since the beginning of this epidemic season of influenza died 13 people. And from the beginning of 2019, from complications caused by the influenza virus type “A”, died five people.

According to the health Ministry, the epidemiological boundary is exceeded in eight regions. And for the week from 17 to 23 December influenza and SARS fell ill 216 213 people.

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