Quarantine for influenza and ARVI in Altai officially closed. Barnaul, March 6 - the Atmosphere. Restrictive measures in relation to reducing the incidence of SARS and influenza officially canceled on Friday on the territory of Altai Krai. The corresponding decree on the abolition of restrictive measures was signed by the acting

Epidemic threshold by SARS and influenza in Primorye still exceeded the CPS. The incidence of influenza and ARVI in Primorye is reduced, however, the epidemic threshold is still exceeded. In this period in the region affects children under the age of two years and from 7 to 14 years. About this informed the head of the Department of epidemiological surveillance of territorial control.

In Barnaul cleared quarantine for influenza and ARVI. Today, March 6, in Barnaul removed restrictive measures in medical, educational organisations, welfare organisations, social services, trade and transport in connection with the rise in the incidence of acute respiratory viral.

In Primorye because of the flu for a week closed 7 schools and 1 garden. In the Primorye territory in connection with the spread of influenza and ARVI was closed 7 schools and 1 pre-school educational institution. The greatest number of cases recorded in Spassk-Dalniy, here the epidemic threshold is exceeded 78 %. On the second place in the number.

ARI retreats: in the Altai region abolished the restrictive measures. The decree on the abolition of restrictive measures in the Altai region from March 6, signed by the acting chief sanitary doctor on the edge Natalia Azarov, according to the CPS. This solution was associated with decreased incidence of colds and.

In the Altai region abolished the restrictive measures for SARS and influenza. Friday, March 6, in the Altai region, Barnaul abolished the restrictive measures in relation to reducing the incidence of SARS and influenza. - Restrictive measures are canceled in connection with stabilization and registration below the epidemic threshold.

Published: 6 Mar, 2015 10:30 Updated: 6 Mar, 2015 10:30