Russia anthrax outbreak affects dozens in north Siberia
Ninety people experiencing hospital checks in remote northern R due to an outbreak of anthrax that killed a child on Monday.
The eight people were infected with anthrax, a bacterial disease, a rare but deadly. It is believed that the spread of the reindeer.
More than 2,300 reindeer have been killed in an outbreak of the disease in the Yamalo-Nenets region of Siberia. The reindeer families caring for their transfer.
The heat wave has fueled the disease.
And it rose to 35C – temperatures in the danger zone – is now under quarantine.
Russia has sent a trained forces biological warfare to help deal with the emergency.