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SINCE OCTOBER 17. 11. 2017.   >>  16:23 0

SINCE OCTOBER

Measles outbreak hits Serbia

Since the beginning of October, 147 people in Serbia have been infected with measles, mainly in the southern towns of Vranje and Bujanovac, according to the "Dr Milan Jovanović Batut" Institute of Public Health of Serbia.

Everyone infected was unvaccinated.

On November 8th, the Institute of Public Health of Serbia reported that the measles epidemic had arrived in Belgrade, too.

Many Serbian children and adults were never vaccinated for measles, allowing the outbreak to occur.

Currently, Serbia has a shortage of measles vaccines. If you are in Serbia and have never had measles or a measles vaccination, you are at risk of catching the virus.

Batut states that vaccinations of all unvaccinated children aged 12 months to 14 years are intensively carried out in Serbia.

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