Due to cases of intestinal infection in the “Baranchinskiye Ogki” near Nizhny Tagil, investigators opened a criminal case under the article on the provision of services that do not meet the requirements for the safety of life and health of consumers. The investigation is under control in the central office of the Investigative Committee.
According to investigators, from July 25 to July 31, the out-of-town health complex provided services that did not meet health safety requirements. In addition, there could be fewer cases if children with signs of the disease were isolated in time. In total, intestinal infection with active symptoms was laboratory confirmed in 9 minors.
“In the course of the investigation, representatives and the management of the health complex are being interrogated, documentation on the provision of services for catering for children has been requested, and the necessary investigative actions are being carried out to clarify all the circumstances and causes of the incident. The investigation of the criminal case is under control in the central office of the Investigative Committee of Russia,” the press service of the Russian Investigative Committee said.
August 1 Rospotrebnadzor closed health camp “Baranchinskie Ogki”, as 9 teenagers were diagnosed with an acute intestinal infection caused by norovirus. They did not need hospitalization, the children are treated at home. The infection was also confirmed in a number of pupils and employees, but without clinical manifestations. Sanitary doctors revealed many violations in the work of the catering department of the health institution, including expired products.
The administration of Baranchinskie Ogki claims that the infection could bring contact-household way from the external territory. No pathogen was found in food and water samples from the country camp.