Since the start of the flu season, the Disease Prevention and Control Center (SPCC) has received reports from medical centers and general practitioners that 66 people have died from flu. Dead patients had one or more sore illnesses, as well as some, and not all were vaccinated against flu.
The highest death rate was among those who reached or were aged over eighty – 17 holdings were this serious disease. Fifty years later are bad for children, as ten people are ever left. One of the dead is also a child.
The vaccine will be paid in full
Fortunately, the flu has come to an end, however, as the state analyst Uga Dumpis tells us, and he understands the government's response to speaking to the city. includes a 100% vaccine payment from the pregnant women's state budget at the last Cabinet meeting. So far, the country has a premium coverage of vaccination.
Although payments from six months to two years old are paid in full for the vaccine, it has now been ordered by immunization rules agreed by the government. T Indicating that children from 6 to 23 months old should be immunized against the seasonal flu vaccine from 2019 1. October t
48,826 euros were given to the state's budget to buy vaccines.
Yuri Perevoschikov, Head of Division for Risk, Analysis and Prevention of Infectious Diseases at the SPCC, said contributing to the vaccine rules does not mean that he needs it, whether you want it or not. “Because the family doctor needs to explain to the parents of the parent and prospective mothers why this should be paid. The patient has the right to assess the opportunity the state gives with the expert, ”explained Perevoschikov.
Multiple compensation system
Although vaccinated against flu this year are more active than others, vaccination in Latvia is relatively low compared with other EU countries, according to the Ministry of Health. The system for this is likely to provide a complex and complex system of compensation. He persuades the GP to give a GP until the vaccine is repaid, and then the patient has to go to the pharmacy where the vaccine is not always available . In addition, if the patient is not currently open to treatment, the vaccine they receive should be stored correctly to be effective and safe, and this is not always possible.
The Ministry of Health is currently deciding how to improve this opportunity, but Perevoščikov explained that the easiest way for GPs, not shops, was to get the required amount of vaccine. The vaccination rules state that the authority must submit a monthly vaccine order vaccine to the relevant SPCC regional department for the current month and review the use of vaccines in the month of referral. If additional vaccination is required outside the current order, the authority will prepare and submit a written written request for vaccination to the SPCC for the particular vaccine.
"If such an intervention is put in place, it will never increase the risk of the vaccines and the use of unnecessary money," said Perevoščikov.
So far, two vaccines can be purchased – one cheaper (6.60 euros) and the other more expensive (11 euro). The first is protected against three types of flu, and the other is against four. Normally one of the flu viruses that are in the vaccine is used during the flu season. Perevoščikov said that it has not yet been decided which vaccines will be fully paid by the state.
Līga Kozlovska, the head of the Rural Families Association and to Balvi's GP, also believe that the method of buying vaccines is impossible for patients and should not go to a pharmacy for convenience, but available to patients. a crogan without purposeless travel, in the doctor's office.
Dr Kozlovska and Skulse family doctor Reinis Siliņš said that more and more patients were suffering from flu. However, as Silin's GP mentioned, the growing demand for vaccines has sometimes led to a shortage of vaccines in recent years – they are not always available. The problem is also that heavily pregnant women attend a gynecologist and are often given to the family doctor shortly before the baby is born. “If vaccination is not available at that time, your pregnant wife won't get a pot,” said Silins.
50% of the older population are paid.
“Flu is swallowed across the world, but it would be good for Labhia to cover not only vaccines for pregnant children and women, but also for the third risk group – they are also vaccinated. have been reaching and over 65 years of age, as they are dying of this virus. .
For example, in Lithuania, the country pays 100% of these three risk groups, ”said Dumpis.
Half of the price will be given to adults and children with a special illness.
Children – main stakeholders
* International studies have shown that children under 2 years of age are at risk of dying from problems caused by flu, and children can also be affected by influenza.
* In 2011, five children with flu in our country, in 2013, one child, and in 2018 two children, died in 2019 one child.
* 2015/2016 Two pregnant women aged 26 and 35 died at a time of flu during the year.
Source: Ministry of Health