Cholera threat ruled out in Russia

Russians should not worry about the risk of cholera spread, as appropriate anti-epidemiological measures are being taken in the country. This was stated by a senior researcher at the National Research Center for Epidemiology and Microbiology named after Honorary Academician N.F. Gamaleya.

According to SIA, Gamaley Anatoly Altstein told TASS.

"I think we should not be particularly afraid of the spread of the plague, but as always, we must continue to fight the epidemic," he said.

According to him, in order to prevent the spread of bacteria in Russia, deratization - the destruction of harmful rodents, as well as disinsection - the destruction of bees. Such anti-epidemiological measures help to control the situation.

Altstein added that Russia also has a plague control service and special anti-plague institutes.

In addition, experts have developed a special vaccine against plague as well.

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