"Authorities" of occupied Crimea closed a children's camp in Alushta. Eyewitnesses talk about the food poisoning of 200 children
In Alushta, the children’s camp “Bereg” was closed due to violations of sanitary and hygienic norms.
The “head” of the local Russian Federal Service for Supervision of Consumer Rights Protection and Human Welfare “Rospotrebnadzor” Aleksandr Slesarev made a corresponding statement, RIA Novosti reports.
According to him, irregularities were revealed in the camp kitchen and in the buildings.
They concern sanitary and technical issues as well as personal hygiene. A decision was made to close the camp, – Slesarev said.
The father of one of the camp visitors told, that about 200 children had been poisoned in the camp earlier. According to him, the children had stomach aches and had diarrhea.
Meanwhile, this fact has not yet been confirmed in Rospotrebnadzor.
July 17 in Yevpatoria, 54 people were hospitalized with signs of food poisoning – 49 children (from Tatarstan), who had a rest in the camp “Luchisty”, and five employees of the institution. Their condition in the Crimean “Ministry of Health” was rated as moderate severity. By Thursday morning, July 18, the number of people taken to hospital increased to 57 people.
Soon it became known that employees of the camp infected with norovirus infection infected the children. After the children underwent treatment in the Crimean hospitals, the camp “Luchisty” refused to accept them again.
“Then the final formula will be modelled [for exchange of prisoners – Ed.]. However, as long as the verification of the majority of the exchange participants has not been carried out, it can be assumed that will be possible to exchange a little more than 200 people in total,” the message says.