By NewsDesk @infectiousdiseasenews
The Armenian Ministry of Health reports an outbreak of intestinal infections in the country’s Sisian community.
To date, the ministry has recorded 370 cases with diagnoses that are characteristic of intestinal infections and 7 of the 370 patients are currently undergoing treatment at a hospital.
The Ministry of Health said that the patients are in serious condition, while other residents are receiving outpatient treatment.
Sample from water and from patients have been taken for microbial testing to include enteropathogenic intestinal bacteria, Yersinia enterocolitis and Campylobacter, as well as Norovirus and Adenovirus.
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