Denisova: Four people stay in hospitals after poisoning in Orliatko camp

Source : 112 Ukraine

Apart from dysentery, doctors discovered staphylococcus and enterobacteria in the victims
18:05, 23 July 2018

Four people stay in hospitals after poisoning in Olriatko children’s camp in Donetsk region. The rest of the people are getting ready for the release. Lyudmyla Denisova, Ukranian Ombudsman claimed this on Facebook. 

‘Most of the victims are being released from hospitals today. Pavlo Lysianskyi, my representative claimed that there are three people in the hospital of Druzhkivka city and one person in Konstantynivka city. Many other sufferers are being released from the hospitals,’ she said. 

Related: Odesa police check information on poisoning in kindergarten

In particular, seven people are being released from the hospitals of Lyman city, 16 people from Sloviansk, one person from Kramatorsk and three patients from Myrnohrad city. 

Denisova noted that as of July 23, 67 patients diagnosed with dysentery. Doctors also discovered staphylococcus and enterobacteria. 

As it was reported earlier, diagnosis of dysentery has been confirmed in 56 children and four adults poisoned in Orliatko children’s camp in Donetsk region. 

Related: Number of affected from poisoning in Donetsk region exceeds 90

The operation of the camp is suspended until the circumstances of the incident are established. Volodymyr Groysman, Prime Minister tasked the relevant ministries and agencies to take measures after the poisoning of children and to check the other childcare facilities in Ukraine.  

Moreover, it was found that the staff of the Orliatko children’s camp didn't adhere to the established food menu for children, violated the rules of storage of products. In particular, dairy products were stored at a temperature of 12 degrees Celsius with a norm of +4, and the sausage didn't have a production date and shelf life on it.


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