An outbreak of rotavirus has occurred in Belek, Turkey. The shot is reported by tourists.
Vacationers note that the intestinal flu that has spread in the popular resort of Turkey “spares no one.”
“Adults instead of relaxing on the beaches lie down in hotels, children are taken away in ambulances,” the message says.
According to vacationers, people who have already visited local beaches receive a similar diagnosis.
“Today, a child was taken from our hotel in an ambulance for a drip, and they only swam in the sea. While they were in the hospital, four more children were brought,” said one of the tourists.
There is no official information about the outbreak of rotavirus in Belek at the moment. Tourists who did not spend their vacation most pleasantly are advised to stock up on a bunch of medicines if they are going to Belek, as they now have to run around local pharmacies.