140 cases of non-compliance with sanitary norms revealed in summer camps - Kazakh Healthcare Ministry

25 August, 2018, 17:45 1486
140 cases of non-compliance with sanitary norms revealed in summer camps - Kazakh Healthcare Ministry

In total health inspectors reviewed 228 camps around the republic. 


According to the data of the Committee of the Protection of Public Health at the Ministry of Healthcare of Kazakhstan in the current summer season more than 80 thousand schoolers have been restored in preschool camps, and 154 698 children in the countryside recreation camps, BNews.kz correspondent reports with a reference to a press service of the Ministry. 

In total 228 camps around the country were reviewed. 

As is reported, during the review 140 gross violations of sanitary and epidemiological requrements were revealed, such as: unsatisfactory results of laboratory studies of food, violation of the ways to prepare dishes, non-compliance with the rules to store foods, violation of the regime of dish washing. 58 workers were dismissed due to untimely  medical examinations. 130 orders were issued.

"In the first season of the rest, the case of functioning of the two countryside camps such as Tan-Nury, Salyut-B. Sattarkhanova in Turkestan region was revealed without a possitive sanitary and epidemiological statement. Experts in protection of public health of the region initiated examinations, letters to agencies of the Prosecutor's Office, Governor's Offices and Education Departments were sent. The materials were directed to the court to suspend the activity of the facilities," reads the report. 

In addition, in the current summer season, 11 countryside recreation camps have not functioned. In Almaty region - 9, Atyrau region - 1 and Almaty - 1.  

It is noted that the Committee and its territorial departments activated the sanitary and educational work in order to prevemt food poisoning and acute intestinal infections to organize and conduct summer recreation campaign. 

There are no registered cases of mass food poisoning and with intestial infections among children.