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Montenegro

BEGIC SAID 08. 02. 2018.   >>  17:05 0

BEGIC SAID

Two more cases of measles infection, no need to panic

Epidemiologist at the Institute for Public Health (IJZ), Senad Begic, said that, beside there were two new cases of measles in Montenegro, there is no need to panic. At an extraordinary press conference, he said that such a situation was expected, given the situation in the region.

The virus was identified in a married couple, that is two adults born in 1969 or 1973, one of whom has not been vaccinated and the other has no valid vaccination evidence.

Patients’ vital parameters were stable. They were exposed to the virus during a longer joint stay in Belgrade. Having in mind clinical features, and in order to prevent further spread of the virus, the couple was hospitalized.

"Their health parameters are stable. This situation is expected, given the situation in the region. So, when there is massive illness in the region, it is likely that some of their citizens will come here," Begic said.

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