142 more HIV-positive patients were registered in Mogilev region within 11 months of 2015. Since 1987 Mogilev region has registered 1205 new cases of HIV infection, the Republican centre for hygiene, epidemiology and public health informed.
As of 19 January, low ARD sickness rate was reported in Belarus, though there is a slow tendency to rise, a source at the Ministry of Public Health informed.
Youth’s employment rate in Belarus is one of the lowest in the CIS and makes 55%. The information is provided by Olga Gerasenko, a specialist of the UNPF in Belarus.
Every fourth Belarusian is a young man or woman at the age of 14 - 31, press-secretary of the National Statistics Committee Olga Klavsut informed.
874 cases of acute enteric infection were registered in Mogilev for 5 months of 2014; 87% of the infected are children. Comparing with the respective period of the previous year, the sickness rate is practically the same, specialists of Mogilev regional centre of hygiene, epidemiology and public health informed.
Mogilev region reports decrease in the juvenile crime rate. Over 5 months 2014 to the same period 2013 the rate decreased to 23.3% - from 129 to 99 cases. The information is provided by Alexander Petrusevich, the deputy head of the law, order and prevention internal affairs office, at the sitting of the juvenile crime commission.
In January-February growth rate of commodity turnover in Mogilev region made up 122.4% (Br3.4 trillion) in comparison with the respective period of the previous year. The rate is the highest among the other regions of Belarus, first deputy head of Mogilev region executive committee’s trade department Alexander Japharov told.
In 2012 2,614 women of Mogilev became mothers for the first time. The information is provided by Galina Onoshko, the chief of the registry office of Mogilev city executive committee.
1, 659 women gave birth to a second child, 279 – to a third baby, 68 – to a fourth baby. 637 babies were born in one parent families.
In 2012 Mogilev region fixed a three-time decrease in the number of rabies (from 308 to 103). For many years a fox has been a main source and reservoir of rabies (69.9%). Quite often other wild animals are rabies carriers. Raccoon dogs make 6.8% of cases. Horses can transmit rabies to other animals and people (1%). The cases of rabies are frequent among dogs (11.7%) and cats (4.9%).
About 39,000 people of Mogilev region were provided with state selective assistance within 9 months of the current year; it made up Br49.1 milliard. Nine thousand children under two years old were supplied with staple foods (Br17.9 milliard).
1278 traffic violations were committed in Mogilev region during the week-end (October, 20-21), specialists of the regional road police informed. 43 drunken drivers were forbidden to drive. 381 drivers were fined for speeding, and 43 – for not fastening safety belts.
Among traffic offenders there were 229 pedestrians, 18 of them were drunken.
Mogilev region decreased the number of fires and their victims. The information is provided by Andrei Progozhin, the chief of Mogilev regional emergency situations office.
January-July 2012 Mogilev region fixed 67 rabies cases. It is a 65% drop comparing with last year’s statistics over the same period. Last year registered 192 cases of rabies. The information is provided by the specialists of the Regional Hygiene, Epidemiology and Public Health Centre.
Over last 10 year Mogilev region fixed 3.3-times’ decrease in hepatitis B virus rate: from 6.2 to 1.9 cases for 100, 000 people. The information is provided by the Regional Hygiene, Epidemiology and Public Health Centre.
Over 5 months 2012 Mogilev registered 4, 939 newborns. The information is provided by the deputy chief of the Labour, Employment and Social Security Committee Vladimir Shapelevich.
According to him, it is 7% more comparing with the same period 2011. The growing tendency is typical both for rural (8.1%) and urban (3.5%) settlements of Mogilev region.
3841 babies were born in Mogilev region during January-April (2.5% increase comparing with the respective period of 2011). Rural population increased by 921 babies (24% of the general number). 2920 babies (76%) were born in cities, towns and townships.
By May 1, 2012 the population of Mogilev region made up 1,078,200 people.
Last week Mogilev sobering-up station accepted a record number of patients – 96. The trend began on Monday, May 21, when a father and his two sons were brought to their senses at the station. They left the station early in the morning, but within several hours met each other at that very place.
1656 babies (851 boys and 805 girls) had been registered at Mogilev region registry office by May 25, 2012 (1554 children – in 2011); no triples and 19 twins had been registered. The most popular names of boys are Artiom (62 boys); it is followed by Daniil, Maxim, Matvei, Ivan (last year’s leader), Alexander, Tsimofei, Nikita.
January-February registered 26 cases of rabies in 13 districts of Mogilev region. Comparing with the same period 2011 the situation got worse. Among sick animals there are foxes (19 cases), domestic cats (2 cases), and dogs (2 cases). Mogilev district is a leader by the number of rabies incidents. It is followed by Bykhov district (4 cases) and Klimovichi district (4 cases).
12, 124 kids were born in Mogilev region in 2011. It is 249 kids more than in 2010. Only in six districts of Mogilev region (Dribin, Bykhov, Krasnopoliye, Krugloye, Mstaslavl, Osipovichi districts) the number of newborns decreased.