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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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The only H7N9 patient so far in Taiwan was carrying two strains of the same virus, with one being drug resistant and the other not, making it tricky to treat to him, doctors said. 
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The only H7N9 patient so far in Taiwan was carrying two strains of the same virus, with one being drug resistant and the other not, making it tricky to treat to him, doctors said. 
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The spread may be slowing down


Avian flu update: lull in new H7N9 cases
Nature.com-May 14, 2013
Most cases have appeared in areas designated as at higher risk for the earlier H5N1 avian flu (dark yellow) rather than in areas at lower risk ...

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Saudi Coronavirus work stymied at Canadian lab

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The National Microbiology Laboratory in Winnipeg is working with a sample of the new coronavirus that’s causing clusters of infections abroad — but can't share the material with other researchers across the country despite the public health urgency. 
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Evolving: Deadly H7N9 virus develops drug-resistance to Tamiflu

Posted on May 20, 2013by The Extinction Protocol

With new H7N9 cases waning, the worst thing humans can do right now is let their guard down about the potential dangers of this deadly new virus. The microbe is always mutating and evolving, as a virulent living force of nature and natural selection.

May 20, 2013 – TAIPEI, Taiwan - The only H7N9 patient so far in Taiwan was carrying two strains of the same virus, with one being drug resistant and the other not, making it tricky to treat to him, doctors said. Huang Li-min, a doctor from National Taiwan University Hospital (NTUH), explained that it was possible the avian flu virus was not drug resistant when the patient was first infected, but mutated later to become resistant to Tamiflu. With Tamiflu failing, NTUH later switched to another intravenous drug, Huang said. Because of the presence of the two strains simultaneously, it was difficult for doctors to determine how much the virus’ drug resistance had undermined the therapy Chou Chi-hao, deputy director-general of the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), said it is natural for viruses to mutate, saying the H1N1 flu strain mutated after infecting human beings. But Huang said H7N9 has limited chances of human-to-human transmission through respiratory secretions because the virus has difficulty surviving the environments of human upper respiratory systems. Patients do not have symptoms of a runny nose or sneezing. The patient, surnamed Lee, got sick on April 12, three days after returning from a business trip in China. His condition was initially critical, but has improved much. He has already been transferred from the intensive care unit to an ordinary ward at NTUH. The findings by the NTUH and CDC about H7N9 are to be published in a local medical journal next month. Resistance is of concern in the scenario of an influenza pandemic (Wong and Yuen 2005), and may be more likely to develop in avian influenza than seasonal influenza due to the potentially longer duration of infection by novel viruses. –Your Health, Wikipedia [link to theextinctionprotocol.wordpress.com]
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H7N9: Guangdong Poultry Sample Tests Positive

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Today, news of only their 53rd positive sample, this time from a market in Zengcheng City, Guangdong Province that is reportedly genetically very similar to samples isolated from pigeons six weeks ago in Shanghai, more than 1000 km to its northeast.
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How the Saudis are communicating MERS

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Via Arab News: 81-year-old woman is latest coronavirus victim. I've already mentioned both the case and the photo, but Arab News dragged out this AFP file photo again, and that says something about the way the Saudis are handling their crisis communications.
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I'm not sure if this was posted in here yet. I just stumbled by it the article and made a thread. This could become very serious. Actually I have a bad feeling it already is since there is talk about it

North Korea and H5N1..

Thread: DPRK strives to prevent spread of bird flu virus.. This cannot be good..H5N1
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Ramadan starts the 9th of July. The doors to pilgrims are usually open a month before the date.

Saw an article, don't recall where, that the Saudis have asked sick people from their eastern region to not travel to Mecca this year. Since there is such a long period of incubation and then where it appears to be just a bad cold/flu, it will be impossible to prevent some of the MERS infected from travelling there.

Just something to keep an eye on at this point. It doesn't seem to be easily spread, but is more a problem for family and health care workers in contact with these patients.
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Coronavirus : décès d’un Tunisien atteint de retour des pays du Golfe

man in tunisia dies of corona virus after returning from the gulf
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Un Tunisien, de retour des pays du Golfe, est décédé du coronavirus, annonce le ministère de la Santé dans un communiqué publié lundi 20 mai.

Agé de 66 ans et diabétique, le défunt avait été hospitalisé au service de réanimation de l’hôpital « Fattouma Bourguiba » de Monastir pour une insuffisance respiratoire aiguë dont il se plaignait depuis son retour d’un voyage en Arabie Saoudite et au Qatar où réside un de ses fils.

Les analyses médicales que les médecins ont demandé aux proches de la victime d’effectuer ont démontré que deux membres de la famille (ses fils) étaient atteints de ce virus. Ces derniers ont reçu le traitement nécessaire et sont complètement rétablis.

Les proches du défunt resteront sous surveillance médicale, précise le communiqué qui ajoute qu’aucun cas de cette maladie n’a été détecté dans l’entourage familial.

Le communiqué affirme que les services du ministère de la Santé restent mobilisés dans toutes les régions du pays pour surveiller les infections liées au coronavirus.

Le ministère rappelle les mesures préventives nécessaires pour éviter la propagation de ce virus. Il s’agit de prendre les précautions nécessaires face aux personnes en provenance des pays du Moyen-Orient et qui présentent des symptômes de rhume. Il s’agit, également, d’éviter de les approcher, de les inciter à porter des masques pour se couvrir la bouche et le nez, de se laver fréquemment les mains et d’aérer les habitations.
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A Tunisian return from the Gulf, died of coronavirus, announced the Ministry of Health said in a statement Monday, May 20

Aged 66 and diabetic, the deceased had been hospitalized in the intensive care unit "Fattouma Bourguiba" Monastir hospital for acute respiratory failure he complained since his return from a trip to Saudi Arabia and Qatar where lies a son.

Medical tests that doctors have asked the relatives of the victim to perform showed that two members of the family (his son) were infected with this virus. They have received the necessary treatment and recovered completely.

Relatives of the deceased remain under medical supervision, the statement adds that no cases of the disease have been detected in the family circle.

The statement said that the services of the Ministry of Health are mobilized across the country to monitor HIV-related coronavirus.

The ministry reminds the necessary preventive measures to avoid the spread of this virus. It is necessary to take precautions against people from countries in the Middle East and have cold symptoms. It is, also, to avoid the approach, to encourage them to wear masks to cover their mouth and nose, wash hands frequently and ventilate the home.
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Mr. Achour said that the two children of the deceased were also contaminated by the Corona Virus in Qatar.


NOTE QATAR , AND TUNISIA SAUDI ARABIA , ARAB EMARATE
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No new H7N9 cases in China for a week

No new human cases of the H7N9 virus have been recorded in China for a week, national health authorities said, for the first time since the outbreak began in March.

One previously infected patient died in the week beginning between May 13, the National Health and Family Planning Commission said in a statement late Monday, taking the total number of fatalities from the virus to 36.

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Tunisia: Man back from Saudi Arabia dies from coronavirus

TUNIS, Tunisia -- Tunisia's Health Ministry says a 66-year-old man has died after being infected by the new coronavirus following a visit to Saudi Arabia.

The ministry's statement reported that his son and daughter were also diagnosed with the virus but have been treated and since recovered.



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Looks like there is no problem at all with the NoCv-sars.

A few dozen cases in Saudi Arabia.

A Frenchman visits SA and comes back ,gets sick and sticks it to others.(H2H)

A Tunesian visits SA and comes back,and sticks it to others.(H2H)

Statistically that is a joke,unless this virus only infects tourists.

And Saudi citizens are immune.

The question is not IF they are covering it up,but WHY.
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Looks like there is no problem at all with the NoCv-sars.

A few dozen cases in Saudi Arabia.

A Frenchman visits SA and comes back ,gets sick and sticks it to others.(H2H)

A Tunesian visits SA and comes back,and sticks it to others.(H2H)

Statistically that is a joke,unless this virus only infects tourists.

And Saudi citizens are immune.

The question is not IF they are covering it up,but WHY.
 Quoting: shachalnur 40176213


the revenue from millions of hajj and ummra tourists every year there airlines , hotels , as well as expertise from ex pats would all make very good reasons to keep this as quiee as possible
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Looks like there is no problem at all with the NoCv-sars.

A few dozen cases in Saudi Arabia.

A Frenchman visits SA and comes back ,gets sick and sticks it to others.(H2H)

A Tunesian visits SA and comes back,and sticks it to others.(H2H)

Statistically that is a joke,unless this virus only infects tourists.

And Saudi citizens are immune.

The question is not IF they are covering it up,but WHY.
 Quoting: shachalnur 40176213


the revenue from millions of hajj and ummra tourists every year there airlines , hotels , as well as expertise from ex pats would all make very good reasons to keep this as quiee as possible
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Reminds me of the movie Jaws "its safe to go in the water"
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Looks like there is no problem at all with the NoCv-sars.

A few dozen cases in Saudi Arabia.

A Frenchman visits SA and comes back ,gets sick and sticks it to others.(H2H)

A Tunesian visits SA and comes back,and sticks it to others.(H2H)

Statistically that is a joke,unless this virus only infects tourists.

And Saudi citizens are immune.

The question is not IF they are covering it up,but WHY.
 Quoting: shachalnur 40176213


the revenue from millions of hajj and ummra tourists every year there airlines , hotels , as well as expertise from ex pats would all make very good reasons to keep this as quiee as possible
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Reminds me of the movie Jaws "its safe to go in the water"
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That movie made it impossible for me to swim in open water. gasp
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THANK YOU FOR KEEPING THIS UPDATED OP

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Looks like there is no problem at all with the NoCv-sars.

A few dozen cases in Saudi Arabia.

A Frenchman visits SA and comes back ,gets sick and sticks it to others.(H2H)

A Tunesian visits SA and comes back,and sticks it to others.(H2H)

Statistically that is a joke,unless this virus only infects tourists.

And Saudi citizens are immune.

The question is not IF they are covering it up,but WHY.
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You're right!

Really good point!peace
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Two people have died and five more remain hospitalized after experiencing flu-like symptoms from a respiratory illness in Southeast Alabama, according to the Alabama Department of Public Health.
The department, along with the Center of Disease Control and Prevention, are investigating the illness, which they described as a "cluster of respiratory illnesses of unknown origin."

The Dothan Eagle reports the first patient with the illness was admitted on April 19 while the latest patient entered the hospital on Monday.

Among the symptoms displayed by the patients are fever, shortness of breath, and cough.

The Alabama Department of Public Health recommends hospitals use precautions, including having staff use protective masks, and anyone showing symptoms to contact their physician.


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Two people have died and five more remain hospitalized after experiencing flu-like symptoms from a respiratory illness in Southeast Alabama, according to the Alabama Department of Public Health.
The department, along with the Center of Disease Control and Prevention, are investigating the illness, which they described as a "cluster of respiratory illnesses of unknown origin."

The Dothan Eagle reports the first patient with the illness was admitted on April 19 while the latest patient entered the hospital on Monday.

Among the symptoms displayed by the patients are fever, shortness of breath, and cough.

The Alabama Department of Public Health recommends hospitals use precautions, including having staff use protective masks, and anyone showing symptoms to contact their physician.


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Good catch, thanks!
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Two people have died and five more remain hospitalized after experiencing flu-like symptoms from a respiratory illness in Southeast Alabama, according to the Alabama Department of Public Health.
The department, along with the Center of Disease Control and Prevention, are investigating the illness, which they described as a "cluster of respiratory illnesses of unknown origin."

The Dothan Eagle reports the first patient with the illness was admitted on April 19 while the latest patient entered the hospital on Monday.

Among the symptoms displayed by the patients are fever, shortness of breath, and cough.

The Alabama Department of Public Health recommends hospitals use precautions, including having staff use protective masks, and anyone showing symptoms to contact their physician.


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A little more info here too.

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