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Kyrgyzstan's Ministry of Health has recently released a report indicating a 5.8% rise in the incidence of SARS within the country, media reports.

In the 20th week of this year, the republic registered a total of 3,958 cases of SARS, with children under 14 years old accounting for approximately 70% of all cases.

The Ministry has noted that unstable weather conditions may trigger cases of SARS, which can weaken the body's immune system and contribute to the increase in morbidity. Adults with acute respiratory viral infections are advised to take necessary precautions to prevent the spread of infection to their children and family members.

The laboratory tests have revealed the presence of respiratory viruses, including respiratory-synthetic virus, parainfluenza types 1, 2, and 3, methapneumocviruses, rhinoviruses, adenoviruses, and seasonal coronavirus.

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