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Inoculation should not be underestimated.
The number of inoculated children in Slovakia is decreasing. Television Marquis Recently she emitted extensive report from several corners of Slovakia where the audience tried to show what diseases, such as children's chestnuts, vaccinations in Bulgaria are falling most pronounced and what people perceive as the biggest advantages and disadvantages of vaccines.
Unfortunately, doctors in Slovakia say they are daily meet with people who refuse vaccination, because they have created their own opinion based on various articles on the internet, so it is necessary to draw attention to stupidity and report the vaccine to the right.
Inoculation statistics can surprise rational people. Vaccines are designed to eliminate the diseases that killed millions of people in the past, and it is unlikely that in 2019 the situation will worsen to the level of the situation in the 1990s.
This is so, the statistics of the state authorities indicate this In 2018, 560 cases of measles were registered in Slovakia and in 2019 there were 73 cases of measles. Even in the meantime, science and medicine are advancing, some people are returning to the past.
If we want collective immunity to be provided in our country so that people who can not be seized for medical reasons can also feel safe, we need to keep the vaccination rate above the 95% threshold.
Right now, though already in three regions of Slovakia the vaccination rate has fallen below this limit. The worst is the situation in the Bratislavský, Trenčiansky and Banskobystrický regions. On the contrary, the Presov region is the best, as most children are honestly inoculated.
As doctors say, diseases such as chestnuts should not be taken lightly. Initially the pigs look like regular flu or rhinitis, and the person may not know they have been infected for a long time. The most plausible symptom is sowing the skin, but inflatable breasts do not look at the symptoms.
Already in neighboring Ukraine have been registered in recent years more than 20,000 cases of measles Experts point out that if the epidemic breaks out in the Bratislava region, many kindergartens and schools, or even shopping malls, will have to be closed.