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In Khabarovsk, looking for encephalitis virus
In seven residents of the Khabarovsk Territory, doctors suspect tick-borne encephalitis. Two more have already confirmed the diagnosis of tick-borne borreliosis.
In order to detect encephalitis virus, doctors should take blood tests from patients twice, with an interval of a week. Only after that it is possible to say with confidence whether the Khabarovsk people got infected or not.
Over the past week, 463 cases of tick sucking have been reported in the province. As described in the regional Ministry of Health, while this season there were no infections.