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BREAKING UPDATE August 11, 2015 / 591 cases / 300 deaths from H7N9 . MERS CoV 1352 Cases, 479 deaths

 
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sharkHi to all the regulars here. I have just been treading water the past week. Thanks for all of your posts. jeeze so many viruses, so little time!
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French MERS-CoV Sequences Identical To England2

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It was the last sentence that got my attention:

These hospital clusters and exports, coupled with the high case fatality rate, signal sustained community transmission in the Middle East.
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Dutch Authorities to Cull Poultry After Avian Influenza Outbreak

AMSTERDAM Health authorities will cull 11,000 chickens at a farm in the Netherlands after an outbreak of a mild form of avian influenza, the Dutch Economic Affairs Ministry said on Saturday.

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Avian flu: China claims new victim in Shanghai for H7N9, 38 deaths

SHANGHAI - Increase the number of victims for the new H7N9 bird flu in China. According to authorities a man died yesterday in Shanghai bringing to 38 the number of victims of this new virus.

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Pandemic fears growing: new coronavirus mortality rate jumps to 60%, as Italy confirms first case

Posted on June 1, 2013 by The Extinction Protocol

June 1, 2013 – MIDDLE EAST – Five additional cases of coronavirus, initially named nCoV, has been confirmed in Saudi Arabia, according to the country’s Ministry of Health. The Ministry reported the new cases to the World Health Organization (WHO) on Wednesday. Three of the patients have died, as well as a fourth patient — an 81-year-old woman — who was earlier reported to be infected with the virus. All five new patients were from the eastern region of the country, but not from Al-Ahsa, where an April 2013 outbreak occurred in a healthcare facility. The Saudi government is now investigating the likely source of infection in both the healthcare and community settings, according to the WHO. The Ministry said all five patients had underlying medical conditions which resulted in multiple hospitalizations. The first patient, a 56-year-old man, became ill on May 12 and died on May 20. The second patient is an 85-year-old woman who became ill on May 17 and is currently listed in critical condition. The third patient was a 76-year-old woman who became ill on May 17 and was released from the hospital on May 27. The fourth patient was a 77-year-old man who became ill on May 19 and died on May 26. The fifth patient, a 73-year-old man, became ill on May 18 and died on May 26. The new cases now bring the total number of infected persons to 50, according to the NY Daily News. The three latest deaths also bring the coronavirus-related death count to 30, increasing the mortality rate to 60 percent. In a report released on May 28, the WHO issued recommendations for “enhanced surveillance and precautions for the testing and management of suspected cases.” It said it would also continue to work with international partners for as long as needed. The novel coronavirus was redubbed on May 23 following a proposal by the Coronavirus Study Group of the International Committee on Taxonomy of Viruses (ICTV). It recommended the virus be called the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus (MERS-CoV). The WHO said it generally prefers that viruses are not named after regions or places from where they are initially detected in order to minimize unnecessary geographical discrimination that may be based on coincidental detection rather than a true area for emergence of the virus. The WHO said no group was convened to discuss the naming of the virus, but noted that the proposed name does represent a consensus that is acceptable to the organization, since it was “built on consultation with a large group of scientists.” Although the WHO continues to work closely with countries and international partners, it currently is not advising special screenings pertaining to the virus and it has offered no recommendations on travel or trade restrictions. It said it will continue to closely monitor the situation. But as experts continue to look into cases and deaths pertaining to MERS-CoV, it becomes clear that some level of precaution is needed to ensure the virus is contained. Health experts are calling on healthcare facilities to isolate patients who show signs and symptoms of MERS-CoV for at least 12 days to avoid spreading it to other patients and/or relatives. French health officials recently reported the first death in their country of a man who became ill last month after visiting the Middle East; he spread the infection to a hospital patient who shared a room with him. That second man remains in serious condition, according to the French Health Ministry. Experts are currently unsure how the first cases of the virus infected humans, but believe it came from animals such as bats, camels or goats. Since taking a stronghold, the virus has shown some level of transmissibility between humans, but health officials are stopping short of saying it is highly contagious until more information is on the table. In a speech on Monday, WHO’s Director-General, Dr. Margaret Chan, said the MERS-CoV is currently the greatest concern for her organization, calling the ongoing crisis a “threat to the entire world.” Maria Cheng of The Associated Press reported yesterday that French doctors have estimated the incubation period for the disease is between nine and 12 days, longer than an original estimate of between seven and 10 days, reported by other officials. This new estimation is why the experts are calling for longer quarantines, especially since those with underlying medical conditions are very susceptible from exposure to infected persons. In a paper published in The Lancet, the French experts wrote that if the virus further evolves, it could become significantly more dangerous. Further mutations could mean the virus becomes “increasingly transmissible.” –Red Orbit

Virus spreads to Italy: Italy reported its first case of the SARS-like coronavirus on Friday, a 45-year-old man who had been travelling in Jordan, the health ministry said. The patient was in good condition and was being monitored in isolation, the ministry said in a statement. He was admitted to a hospital in Tuscany with a high fever, a cough and breathing difficulties. A resident of Italy with foreign nationality, the man recently spent 40 days in Jordan where one of his sons was suffering from an unspecified flu. Saudi Arabia has been the most affected by the virus, with 39 cases and 25 deaths so far, according to data from the World Health Organization. The virus, which can cause coughing, fever and pneumonia, has spread from the Gulf to France, Britain and Germany. The WHO has called it the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus (MERS-CoV). It is from the same viral family that triggered the outbreak of Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) that swept the world in late 2003 and killed 775 people. –Reuters [link to theextinctionprotocol.wordpress.com]
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Very probable new case of NoCV(Mers) in Rabat Marrocco.

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I don't like "Mers",since it stigmatizes a country or a region.

Nobody knows where this virus came from,might as well be a laboratory.

don't know how to link.
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Very probable new case of NoCV(Mers) in Rabat Marrocco.

Swineflumagazine.blogspot

Treyfish's H5N1 pandemic information news

Recombinomics

I don't like "Mers",since it stigmatizes a country or a region.

Nobody knows where this virus came from,might as well be a laboratory.

don't know how to link.
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I agree naming this virus after the country is a huge stigma
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to prodlike,

What about the new case in marrocco?

That's case number four from people visiting Saudi Arabia,and three of them are H2H.(clusters)

Does this virus only infect tourists,or are there many more cases in Saudi Arabia?

By the way,the history books will tell this was the "Ron and Ab" virus.
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By the way,an 18 month old niece of the French cluster ,has been hospitalized in France,with symptoms.
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correction to last post.

on adnkronos.com

italian site,google translation is confusing.

from what I can translate is,two new cases in italy,a niece(2 year old) and a co-worker of the first patient,45 year old of palestinian origen.
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to prodlike,

What about the new case in marrocco?

That's case number four from people visiting Saudi Arabia,and three of them are H2H.(clusters)

Does this virus only infect tourists,or are there many more cases in Saudi Arabia?

By the way,the history books will tell this was the "Ron and Ab" virus.
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Does this virus only infect tourists,or are there many more cases in Saudi Arabia?
Yep extremely weird just the tourist getting infected !!!
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one day back at work in a hotel and contracts coronavirus ......this is not being reported ......for fear of stigma
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one day back at work in a hotel and contracts coronavirus ......this is not being reported ......for fear of stigma
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Three confirmed cases of SARS in Florence. In addition to the first patient - the forty-five Jordanian employed in a hotel in the city, which is being treated in isolation from Tuesday Careggi hospital and declared out of danger - there are also the granddaughter of two years and a co-worker.

The clinical picture of the two new patients, both in isolation, "not serious," says the Ministry of Health.The child is in hospital pediatric Meyer and fellow man, an Italian woman of forty, at Careggi. Remain under observation about forty people, health care professionals, relatives and colleagues of the forty-five who have had contact with him in recent days.The monitoring for the possible onset of symptoms of SARS, or high fever, cough, and in severe cases difficulty in breathing. More severe symptoms than those of a normal flu or a cooling ailments rather common in this period due to the unsettled weather and temperature changes. The transmission from person to person, experts have assured this morning at a press conference at the hospital of Careggi, is very limited. "The disease - says Dr. Joseph Petrioli, head of prevention Healthcare Agency of Florence - has a low risk of contagion between people. Nevertheless, people who have had close contact with the patient have all been identified and warned that if you have respiratory symptoms or fever should be instructed to seek medical attention. There is no need to make vaccines or prophylactic antibiotic therapy because it would be useless. Generally, attention should be paid to persons falling from Middle Eastern countries where the disease has a certain distribution, as well as, as we have just done here, people come into contact with a sick person. " The crisis unit is taken with immediacy and is ready to take on new cases, although, at present, the situation is not alarm, said the regional councilor for Health Louis Brown. The forty-five was back last Saturday by a 40-day trip to see family in Jordan: a son would have been struck down by influenza and he, of course, he was close.
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Very probable new case of NoCV(Mers) in Rabat Marrocco.

Swineflumagazine.blogspot

Treyfish's H5N1 pandemic information news

Recombinomics

I don't like "Mers",since it stigmatizes a country or a region.

Nobody knows where this virus came from,might as well be a laboratory.

don't know how to link.
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I agree naming this virus after the country is a huge stigma
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The name calling and and stigmatising of a country because of something that is as yet not fully understood is a huge mistake ....this is a global threat and needs to be dealt with on a global scale ,with out blame agencies need to be able to feel safe and welcome to move about freely in infected areas , .....
There also needs to be international support for leaders who may be faced with difficult decisions , ie cancelling hajj ,
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Italian MOH: Imported MERS-CoV Case in Italy

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News from the Italian Ministry of Health this afternoon indicating that they have detected, and isolated, that country’s first imported MERS-CoV case.
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This is not looking good at all
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Nope, not good at all. Slowly but surely, it's making it's way.
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I;m looking for a break then re-emergence pattern three stages like spanish flu the jordan cases stage 1 a break no reports then London uk cases again
cases died of for a few months and now the third show if follows historical pattern should become more widespread reaching a peak by end december -january ...so far looks to be on course
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8 clusters in 51 cases 44 deaths we are losing valuable time and allowing this to spread , hajj must be cancelled if the saudi authorities do not act now it will be to late , after that my guess is approx 7/8 month end dec / jan and the major spread will begin , history appears to repeat it self cold winters , poor nutrition , people unemployed poverty and disease
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Any suggestions of HOW to best prevent contamination with this virus?

As we have now officially confirmed cases also here in Italy, I just like to know any suggestions..... TY hf
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Sunday, 02 June, 2013 at 04:00 UTC
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Amid rising cases of deadly SARS-like virus, Saudi Health Ministry on Tuesday reported five new incidents in the east of the oil-rich kingdom, claiming that all affected are elderly people aged between 73 and 85. The latest cases appeared just hours after a 65-year-old Frenchman died of the virus, becoming the first victim in his country to get infected and died of the deadly nCoV-EMC novel coronavirus. The virus is believed to have links with the Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS), which had sparked global health crisis nearly a decade ago. It is believed that the Frenchman got the infection from a man in Dubai with whom he shared a hospital room.
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Updated: Sunday, 02 June, 2013 at 14:54 UTC
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Three people were being treated Saturday for a new respiratory virus that is alarming global health officials, in the first cases in Italy, the country's health ministry said. A 45-year-old man who had recently returned from a 40-day visit to Jordan was hospitalized in Tuscany with a high fever, cough and respiratory problems, the ministry said. Tuscan regional officials say that a young child who is related to the man and a work colleague also have the virus, the ministry said. All three patients were reported to be in good condition and were being treated in isolation.
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Any suggestions of HOW to best prevent contamination with this virus?

As we have now officially confirmed cases also here in Italy, I just like to know any suggestions..... TY hf
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Avoid closed places with lots of people, cook your own food, WASH HANDS CONSTANTLY and do not touch your face w your hands. Don't let people talk into your face either.
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Pandemic viruses are very hard to avoid as far as exposure goes, very hard to protect against something so very,very small that can float in the air. Scary.
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Any suggestions of HOW to best prevent contamination with this virus?

As we have now officially confirmed cases also here in Italy, I just like to know any suggestions..... TY hf
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Avoid closed places with lots of people, cook your own food, WASH HANDS CONSTANTLY and do not touch your face w your hands. Don't let people talk into your face either.
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We are seriously missing a window of oppertuniny by not reacting now , with all respect to all those countries that have cases it is time to place restrictions on travel,, if things continue as they are 7-8 months and this will go pandemic
.....the biggest spike in cases will be reported in either australia or europe during the next flu season then returning to the middle east possible by september as there weather changes ...I pray I am wrong
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Any suggestions of HOW to best prevent contamination with this virus?

As we have now officially confirmed cases also here in Italy, I just like to know any suggestions..... TY hf
 Quoting: pray_Italy 40969622


Avoid closed places with lots of people, cook your own food, WASH HANDS CONSTANTLY and do not touch your face w your hands. Don't let people talk into your face either.
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We are seriously missing a window of oppertuniny by not reacting now , with all respect to all those countries that have cases it is time to place restrictions on travel,, if things continue as they are 7-8 months and this will go pandemic
.....the biggest spike in cases will be reported in either australia or europe during the next flu season then returning to the middle east possible by september as there weather changes ...I pray I am wrong
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My friend, i like your optimism... 7 to 8 months is a lot of time... it's spreading in europe and this year the weather here is cold and humid... floods in central eu... well i just hope you are right! hf
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three more deaths in saudi arabia
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WOW!!! only today 5 new cases and 3 deaths!!!
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optimistic ...maybe...in time frame but more than than a little concern when this finally comes home to roost .....this will be very serious
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optimistic ...maybe...in time frame but more than than a little concern when this finally comes home to roost .....this will be very serious
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now without jokes, yes this will be a real serious global threat! Later or sooner...
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Any suggestions of HOW to best prevent contamination with this virus?

As we have now officially confirmed cases also here in Italy, I just like to know any suggestions..... TY hf
 Quoting: pray_Italy 40969622


Avoid closed places with lots of people, cook your own food, WASH HANDS CONSTANTLY and do not touch your face w your hands. Don't let people talk into your face either.
 Quoting: SpiderJones


We are seriously missing a window of oppertuniny by not reacting now , with all respect to all those countries that have cases it is time to place restrictions on travel,, if things continue as they are 7-8 months and this will go pandemic
.....the biggest spike in cases will be reported in either australia or europe during the next flu season then returning to the middle east possible by september as there weather changes ...I pray I am wrong
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My friend, i like your optimism... 7 to 8 months is a lot of time... it's spreading in europe and this year the weather here is cold and humid... floods in central eu... well i just hope you are right! hf
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All i can say is please prepare , stay safe hf
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yes i second that! By the way, my secret is vitamin c with rose hips+neurobion+centrum tounge


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