Mass poisoning in children’s camp in Udmurtia, caused by a virus
Moscow. May 2. INTERFAX.RU — Doctors put hospitalized with poisoning from a children’s camp near Izhevsk on Tuesday morning people diagnosed with “viral diarrhea.” About this informed the Agency “Interfax” the Deputy Minister of health of Udmurtia Lyudmila Koznishev.
“Those whose analyses, viral diarrhea,” said Koznishev. She noted that at the moment, hospitalized 66 people, including five adults, but the survey is still going on.
In turn, the press service of head and government of Udmurt Republic reports that children who have no symptoms of poisoning, were sent home. “The situation of children under control. Now healthy children go home. Republic helps with tickets for connecting flights and trains”, — stated in the message.
“All departures equip manuals and necessary for the road”, — stated in a press release.
Hospitalized in the hospital of Izhevsk teenagers are given all necessary help.
In the night of Tuesday in the children’s camp “Friendship” near Izhevsk there was a mass poisoning of teenagers who took part in the championship of Russia on game “What? Where? When?” which took place on 30 April and was supposed to end on may 3.
Press-service of administration of Izhevsk has told that only for a medical aid turned 65. The administration of Rospotrebnadzor in the Republic of Udmurtia has stated that children in the camp were brought much more than the calculated number.
According to the organizers, only 54 people hospitalized, among them only one adult.
Department of the TFR in the Udmurt Republic opened a criminal case under part 1 of article 238 of the RF criminal code (Rendering services not meeting safety requirements).