The World Health Organization has warned the spread of global poverty in the world; failure and the number of cases around the world has risen by 50 per cent last year.
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Data from the group indicates that the number of cases is </ a>; global growth, even in well-developed countries where a disease against a disease is very good.
"According to our data, there has been a significant increase in the number of casualties. We see this in all areas," said Katherine O Brien, director of the Health Organization Global for Vaccination and Vaccination. "We record long and strong illnesses, not a remote problem," she said. As she said, the statement is only less than ten percent, the figure is true in millions.
Countries are reported to the World Health Organization by April 2018 to report on the issues that have been recorded in roughly 209 cases.
Last year, around 136,000 human life were built around the world. Keepers of the disease are fascinating that cause a & # 39; diarrhea, great disease and bad sight, and in some cases it may die. According to the World Health Organization, there is still an important cause of death for young children. He is unhappy because two packs of safe and effective vaccine used since the 1960s, the World Health Organization said it was easy to avoid infections.
Until 2016, the number of casualties has fallen steadily, but it has risen well since 2017, said Katrina Kretsinger, run the group's immunization program. "There is some crisis that causes this rise," said she, who remembers the major disasters in Ukraine, Madagascar, Democratic Republic. Chongo, Chad and Sierra Leone.
The problem is not enough to vaccinate in poorer countries, in groups of people on the fringe and in countries where there is a war. In Europe and other rich parts of the world, experts say that a vaccine has been rejected. A new number of diseases in some countries are linked to non-supportive claims that autism causes autism.
Last year there has been an increase in a squirrel event in the Slovak region, and local diseases, for example, appeared in the Trebišov, Michalovce and Sobrance areas. The Public Health Office in the Slovak Republic has a & # 39; registering 67 squirrels in Slócaca from January this year to 14 February. Their event was recorded in the Košice and Bratislava areas.