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BREAKING UPDATE April 21st, 2014 / 421st case / 145 deaths from H7N9 . MERS CoV 228 Cases, 92 deaths

 
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A fourth person has died of human H7N9 avian flu infection in China and another person is in hospital after contracting the virus, Chinese health officials announced on Thursday.

These infections bring the death toll to four and the total number of reported cases of humans infected with the virus to 11.

The latest death from the virus occurred in Shanghai, bringing the city’s death total from H7N9 to three. One person also died in Zhejiang province, close to Shanghai.

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Wash your hands and gargle with cold water when you come in.
If you are sick, wear a mask.
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Wash your hands and gargle with cold water when you come in.
If you are sick, wear a mask.
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Good advice.
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Re: BREAKING UPDATE April 21st, 2014 / 421st case / 145 deaths from H7N9 . MERS CoV 228 Cases, 92 deaths
DOH upgrades H7N9 status to class 5 disease

TAIPEI, Taiwan -- The Department of Health (DOH) announced yesterday that H7N9 influenza has been listed as a Category V Notifiable Infectious Disease given the number of cases of the virus reported in mainland China.

“The epidemic prevention in Taiwan has been raised to Level 3 according to the classification of the World Health Organization,” said Chang, “and so far there have been no confirmed H7N9 cases reported in Taiwan.”

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Re: BREAKING UPDATE April 21st, 2014 / 421st case / 145 deaths from H7N9 . MERS CoV 228 Cases, 92 deaths
China said it was mobilizing resources nationwide to combat a new strain of deadly bird flu that has killed four people, as Japan and Hong Kong stepped up vigilance against the virus and Vietnam banned imports of Chinese poultry.

In Japan, airports have put up posters at entry points warning all passengers from China to seek medical attention if they suspect they have bird flu.

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H7N9 virus detected from pigeons in Shanghai

BEIJING, April 4 (Xinhua) -- China's agricultural authorities said Thursday the infectious H7N9 avian flu virus has been detected from pigeon samples collected at a marketplace in Shanghai, as the country reported its fourth death from H7N9 infection.

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It would be good to keep this thread updated.

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Re: BREAKING UPDATE April 21st, 2014 / 421st case / 145 deaths from H7N9 . MERS CoV 228 Cases, 92 deaths
H7N9: Five reasons the new bird flu is cause for concern


1. It’s never been seen in humans before


2. Virus has learned to adapt to mammals

3. The cases do not appear linked


4. The virus appears to cause no symptoms in birds and possibly pigs

5. Credibility of Chinese officials

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Bird flu: Five dead from H7N9 strain of virus with no known vaccine

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It would be good to keep this thread updated.

How about a pin so folks don't keep starting new ones?cool2
 Quoting: Crazy Harriet


Thanks Harriet, I agree. This is a very important topic to keep an eye on right now (IMHO).
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Remember, this is China, so the numbers they're reporting are probably drastically lower than what's reality. hiding
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Remember, this is China, so the numbers they're reporting are probably drastically lower than what's reality. hiding
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Yep. As noted above: 5. Credibility of Chinese officials
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Remember, this is China, so the numbers they're reporting are probably drastically lower than what's reality. hiding
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That was quick =\
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Re: BREAKING UPDATE April 21st, 2014 / 421st case / 145 deaths from H7N9 . MERS CoV 228 Cases, 92 deaths
So far, China has confirmed 14 H7N9 cases -- six in Shanghai, four in Jiangsu, three in Zhejiang and one in Anhui, in the first known human infections of the lesser-known strain. Of all, four died in Shanghai and one died in Zhejiang.

[link to news.xinhuanet.com]
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Re: BREAKING UPDATE April 21st, 2014 / 421st case / 145 deaths from H7N9 . MERS CoV 228 Cases, 92 deaths
So far, China has confirmed 14 H7N9 cases -- six in Shanghai, four in Jiangsu, three in Zhejiang and one in Anhui, in the first known human infections of the lesser-known strain. Of all, four died in Shanghai and one died in Zhejiang.

[link to news.xinhuanet.com]
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Pretty good kill rate.
The ones dying in Shanghai is what's troubling. Shanghai, I presume, has the most healthcare resources available in all of China. This is kinda fucked.
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Re: BREAKING UPDATE April 21st, 2014 / 421st case / 145 deaths from H7N9 . MERS CoV 228 Cases, 92 deaths
So far, China has confirmed 14 H7N9 cases -- six in Shanghai, four in Jiangsu, three in Zhejiang and one in Anhui, in the first known human infections of the lesser-known strain. Of all, four died in Shanghai and one died in Zhejiang.

[link to news.xinhuanet.com]
 Quoting: Wash


Pretty good kill rate.
The ones dying in Shanghai is what's troubling. Shanghai, I presume, has the most healthcare resources available in all of China. This is kinda fucked.
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It is.
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Can this strain become a pandemic like the H1N1 virus did in 2009?
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View H7N9 map
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China Reports 6th Death from H7N9 Bird Flu


East China's Zhejiang Province on Friday morning reported that a man has died from the H7N9 bird flu, bringing the death toll from the new deadly strain to six in the country.
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There Is A Worrying Sign That The New Bird Flu May Spread Between Humans

A person who had been in contact with a patient that died of H7N9 has been quarantined with flu symptoms, Xinhua reports.

The person had close contact with one of the five patients that have died from this new bird flu.

If this person, who lives in Changhai, does have the H7N9 virus, he could be the 15th case in China.


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Thanks for keeping us updated on this. Scary shit.
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Thanks for keeping us updated on this. Scary shit.
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You bet.
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H7N9 bird flu strain 'has worrying traits'

AFP - A mutated bird flu virus that has killed six people in China displays worrying traits that warrant high vigilance, experts say, though the true extent of the threat is unclear.

Most concerning is the virus' wide geographical spread, and the fact that it seems to be spreading unseen among its host animals, possibly chickens or ducks.

"Any influenza that jumps from an animal species to a human has pandemic potential," Alan Hampson, chairman of the Australian Influenza Specialist Group, said in a statement issued by the Science Media Centre.

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Lol - Do you know how many ppl every minute around the world dies from simple cold?


And youworry about this? LOL!!!


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Two More H7N9 Bird Flu Cases Confirmed
2013-04-05 19:49:48 Xinhua Web Editor: Mao Yaqing

Two new H7N9 bird flu cases have been confirmed in east China's Jiangsu Province on Friday, the provincial health authorities announced.

That brings the total number of infections to 16 nationwide.


Another two suspected cases were also reported in the province.

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Lol - Do you know how many ppl every minute around the world dies from simple cold?


And youworry about this? LOL!!!


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 Quoting: Korats01


Dude read about the facts of the flu.
Why do you think only 16 cases of a strain of flu would be WORLD WIDE NEWS?
Look at the death rate.
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Hong Kong reports first suspected case of H7N9

A seven-year-old Hong Kong girl is being tested for the H7N9 flu virus after she returned from Shanghai and showed flu-like symptoms, officials said on Friday in the city's first suspected case.

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Shanghai to suspend live poultry markets after H7N9 detected

HANGHAI, April 5 (Xinhua) -- Authorities in Shanghai on Thursday closed a live poultry trading zone in an agricultural products market and began slaughtering all birds there after detecting H7N9 bird flu virus from samples of pigeon from the market.

Among the two confirmed H7N9 patients in the city, an adult, who is receiving medical treatment in Ruijin Hospital, is recovering. A four-year-old is being treated in quarantine in a pediatric hospital, said Wu Fan, director of the Shanghai Municipal Center for Disease Control & Prevention at a press conference.
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