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The number of students hospitalised with salmonellosis in the Far Eastern city of Krasnoyarsk has grown to 198
The number of students hospitalised with salmonellosis in the Far Eastern city of Krasnoyarsk has grown to 198, Russia’s chief sanitary doctor Gennady Onishchenko told reporters on Monday. An outbreak of salmonellosis began after a student ball. According to Onishchenko, most patients are in moderately grave condition. He stressed, however, that “no grave cases have been registered today”. He said that an official buffet had been organized during a ball, which 1,500 best students of the Krasnoyarsk region attended. Onishchenko said the Rospotrebnadzor consumer rights watchdog, which he heads, and the prosecutor’s office are checking the company, which organized the buffet. “So far, the results are not very comforting,” he said. “In particular, they managed to prepare meals for 1,500 students in a room measuring 15 square meters.” According to Onishchenko, all students who participated in the ball will undergo medical checks before the end of the day and will be hospitalised, if necessary. He noted that salmonellosis is rather insidious disease, particularly if young people are affected.
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