Gennady Onishchenko, chief sanitary doctor of Russia, believes that an outbreak of an intestinal infection in Europe could have been triggered by people.
The head of Rospotrebnadzor argued his words with the fact that all strains and infections were resistant to antibiotics. He advises Russian tourists traveling to Europe to either not buy vegetables there at all, or wash them with warm or boiled water before consumption.
Recall Rospotrebnadzor banned the export of vegetables from Western Europe, due to the fact that in European countries began the spread of acute intestinal infection. Until now, the cause of the disease could not be established.
In Germany, this disease claimed the lives of two dozen people. In general, about 1,700 people have already become ill with an unknown intestinal infection in Europe. At the same time, over the past two days, another 200 fell ill, and in addition to stomach problems, a quarter of the victims had problems with the kidneys.

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