Rospotrebnadzor recommended that the regions assess their readiness to prevent the importation and spread of cholera, and hospitals to ensure preparedness in case it is detected. This is stated in the decree of the head of the department, Anna Popova, signed on April 28.
“To recommend to the highest officials of the constituent entities of the Russian Federation (heads of the highest executive body of state power of the constituent entities of the Russian Federation) to assess the readiness of the authorized executive authorities of the constituent entities of the Russian Federation and medical organizations to carry out activities aimed at preventing the importation and spread of cholera,” the document published on the official portal says. normative-legal acts.
Rospotrebnadzor also recommended that the regions ensure that hospitals are ready for anti-Pandemic measures in case cholera patients are detected before June 1, 2022.
In addition, the department recommended determining the categories of citizens subject to mandatory vaccination against cholera.
“To the heads of the territorial bodies of Rospotrebnadzor: to determine the categories of citizens subject to mandatory vaccination against cholera in accordance with the preventive vaccination calendar for Pandemic indications, approved by the order of the Ministry of Health of Russia <…> and calculate the need for vaccines in case of complication of the sanitary and Pandemic situation,” the document says .
On April 19, Rospotrebnadzor announced that it was too early to talk about the end of the coronavirus pandemic in the country, despite the relative stabilization of the Pandemic situation. On April 12, it was reported that the average Russian incidence of COVID-19 was exceeded in 46 regions of Russia.
On the same day, Russian Minister of Health Mikhail Murashko allowed rises in the incidence of coronavirus infection in the Russian Federation in May-June. So, Andrey Isaev, the founder and CEO of the DNAOM Research Center for Molecular Genetic Research, predicted an increase in the incidence of COVID-19 after the May holidays.