In Europe, the number of victims of intestinal infection has reached 43 people. Such data are im.Roberta Koch Institute (Germany), according to Associated Press. On the eve of the 39 reported casualties.
The vast majority (42) of deaths recorded diseases in Germany, one person died in Sweden. Total cases of highly pathogenic E. coli infection diagnosed in 3688 people in Germany, while 823 people have seen the complications that can cause kidney failure. In other countries, the number of cases is 114.
According to the health services in Europe, the source of infection was found in the bean sprouts on a farm in Lower Saxony (Germany).
2 June 2011. CPS has introduced a ban on the supply of all the thermally unprocessed vegetables from the European Union in connection with the distribution in Europe of an intestinal infection. The day before, on 22 June, the EU and Russia have signed an agreement to allow the immediate resumption of deliveries of European vegetables to Russia. In addition, each EU country, the exporting fresh vegetables to Russia, will have a limited period of time to certify products as being in origin and lack of E.Coli bacteria 104. Frozen vegetables will be delivered to Russia under the traditional scheme without special certification.