In the materials of the second plenum of the regional party committee (March 15, 1945), it is reflected that "the foci of the disease have not yet been eliminated." From January 31 to March 27, 1945, paramedic II Samarin was sent to eliminate epidemic No. 2 (as typhoid fever was called in medical documents), who, having managed to organize the work, died of typhus on March 16.
The tense epidemiological situation in the district, with its enormous length and the presence of only one sanitary and epidemiological station (SES), constantly created the threat of new outbreaks of infectious diseases. Then the People's Commissariat of Health of the RSFSR on December 6, 1944 issued order No. 311, according to which three new SESs were opened in the villages of Berezovo, Oktyabrsky, Laryak.