Four of religious pilgrims from Ukraine, who were in the French Alps in the monastery of Notre-Dame de la Salette, became ill with swine flu. The health status of cases does not cause concern. They were promptly provided with medication. Each year, the monastery of Notre-Dame de la Salette is visited by thousands of pilgrims from around the world. (Snip)
As reported by the local sanitary and health inspection, none of the pilgrims who were in contact with the Ukrainians, signs of the disease is not observed. In early August, another Ukrainian, a little boy during a vacation in summer camp “Azure” Nizhny Novgorod Oblast, Russia infected with swine flu. He has already recovered.
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