Health workers in Japan are struggling with the worst outbreak of the country's cortex for many years, with many infections gathered among the participants in the St. Valentine's Gift Package and a vaccine-free religious group. 47 prefectures of Japan as of February 10th reported by the National Institute of Infectious Diseases with the highest outbreaks in the prefectures of MI and Osaka.
Fastest Japan has achieved many occasions at the beginning of the year, starting in 2008.
The outbreak of a very infectious disease occurs when the United States is faced with bursts of flames in Texas, New York and Washington. These outbreaks have led to a rush to vaccinate children in places where parents have a wider choice for such decisions. promotes alternative treatment.
"Given the unexpected situation, we will follow the recommendations of the Health Center to receive vaccine shots for measles or other highly infectious diseases so that we can" Do not disturb others "- the group stated in its a statement posted on your site.
"Many patients were young and they did not get enough shots, perhaps because of the philosophy of their parents, and the flash spread to their meeting," said Dr. Yamato. Cortex infection focuses on the Osaka complex, which includes the tallest building in Japan – Abeno Harukas, where 21 clients and workers at the St. Valentine's Fair have reduced the virus.
Several cases were associated with a child en who returned to Japan from the Philippines. The Philippines reported a steady increase in measles and death this year, and the virus spread beyond Manila, the capital, to other parts of Luzon, the most densely populated island of the country. In the first six weeks of 2019, more than 9,000 cases were reported, including 146 deaths, according to the Philippine Health Department.
Cir is caused by the virus, and symptoms include rashes, fever and ear infections, which in some cases can lead to permanent loss of hearing. Children are especially susceptible to the disease, some infections lead to complications such as pneumonia or encephalitis, brain edema. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, this disease kills one or two children from every 1,000 who receive it.
Although Japan is one of the richest countries in the world, with a strong health system, researchers note that among developed countries there is a high level of infections of diseases that can be prevented by vaccines. The measles, epidemic, and rubella vaccine was discontinued in the early 1990s after it was associated with aseptic meningitis. Since then, the government has been careful about vaccine propaganda
However, in recent years, somewhat changed, and in 2006, Japanese health officials began recommending a second measles vaccine for children to raise immunization levels.