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Novel coronavirus infection –update 11 February 2013 - The United Kingdom (UK) has informed WHO of a confirmed case with infection of the novel coronavirus (NCoV). The case is a UK resident who developed symptoms of illness on 26 January 2013. Laboratory investigations on respiratory specimens have revealed both an Influenza A(H1N1)pdm09 infection and a confirmed NCoV infection. He is hospitalized in intensive care unit.

Preliminary investigation reveals that the patient had a history of travel to Pakistan and Saudi Arabia. Further investigation into the case is ongoing.

The Health Protection Agency (HPA) has instituted stringent infection control measures around the patient and identified contacts who may have been exposed to the patient during his illness.... [link to www.who.int]

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Recombinomics Commentary 18:30
February 11, 2013

The man, who is critically ill with breathing problems, has been isolated in a Manchester hospital while he receives treatment for "novel coronavirus".
The man is being treated in the intensive care unit at Wythenshawe Hospital.

One man was flown to London from Qatar last year for specialist treatment. Sky News understands he is still severely ill.

The above comments describe the current novel coronavirus case in England, who had traveled to the Middle East and Pakistan, as well as... The discovery of H1N1pdm09 as a co-infection of the most recent case raises serious concerns that such co-infections would be diagnosed as H1N1pdm09 cases, especially in the Middle East and eastern Europe, where H1N1pdm09 is dominant. Co-infection with H1N1pdm09 would allow for easier transmission and harder detection, raising concerns that the novel betacornavirus is widespread, but undetected in milder cases... [link to www.recombinomics.com]
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Epidemiological update: case of severe lower respiratory tract disease associated with a novel coronavirus

11 Feb 2013
[Source: European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC)

On 11 February 2013, the UK Health Protection Agency (HPA) announced that an additional case of the novel coronavirus (NCoV) infection has been confirmed in a UK resident. The patient, a 60 year old male, became ill on 26 January 2013 and was admitted to hospital in England, with a severe lower respiratory tract disease on 31 January.

In the 10 days before his illness onset, the patient had visited both Pakistan (from 16 December 2012 to 20 January 2013) and Saudi Arabia (from 20 to 28 January 2013). After hospital admission, his condition deteriorated and he was transferred for extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO) treatment on 5 February. He remains severely ill in intensive care.

Laboratory investigations of respiratory specimens from 1 February have confirmed both an influenza A H1N1pdm09 infection and a NCoV infection. Because of the latter, the UK posted an alert through the EU Early Warning and Response System and the International Health Regulations.Th... [link to www.ecdc.europa.eu]
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The Health Protection Agency (HPA) can confirm the diagnosis of a further case of novel coronavirus infection in a UK resident
, who had recently travelled to the Middle East and Pakistan. The patient is receiving intensive care treatment in a Manchester hospital. This latest case brings the total number of confirmed cases globally to 10, of which two have been diagnosed in the UK.
Professor John Watson, head of the respiratory diseases department at the HPA, said: "The HPA is providing advice to healthcare workers to ensure the patient under investigation is being treated appropriately and that healthcare staff who are looking after the patient are protected. Contacts of the case are also being followed up to check on their health.
“Our assessment is that the risk associated with novel coronavirus to the general UK population remains extremely low and the risk to travellers to the Arabian Peninsula and surro... [link to www.hpa.org.uk]
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A man is critically ill after catching the new coronavirus from a relative, although experts say infection risk is very low.'[




By Thomas Moore, Health and Science Correspondent
Doctors have confirmed the first case of known human-to-human spread of a deadly new respiratory virus in Britain.
The Health Protection Agency (HPA) said the man had been in close contact with a relative who had picked up the infection while travelling in the Middle East and Pakistan.
The so-called "novel" coronavirus causes severe breathing problems and has killed five of the 11 confirmed cases around the world. [link to news.sky.com]
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Prof John Oxford, a virology expert at Queen Mary, University of London, said: "This doesn't raise too many alarm bells.
"In a family things can spread far more easily than they would spread outside, people share towels and toothbrushes etc.
"If it was somebody who was not related or a nurse or a doctor - that would be a lot more serious."
Prof Ian Jones, from the University of Reading, said: "There is really close contact involved here, it is not 'true' human transmission in the general public.
"Although it is severe, it's not doing anything worse than some other respiratory infections, it's just a new one."
Prof Wendy Barclay, from Imperial College London, said it was wise to keep a close eye on the virus.
"We're an incremental step closer to worrying, but it isn't a worry where we need to say there is a pandemic coming," she said. [link to www.bbc.co.uk]
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...Michael Osterholm, an infectious diseases expert at the University of Minnesota, warned the virus could be adapting into a more transmissible form. "At any moment the fire hydrant of human-to-human transmission cases could open," he said. "This is definitely a 'stay tuned' moment." He noted that before SARS sparked a worldwide epidemic, there were a handful of human-to-human cases, until something happened, like a virus mutation, which triggered an explosion of cases...


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A Pandemic would certainly "work" to help the cause of controlling civil dissent and gun grabbing in the U.S.

Many military and LEO personnel have stated they would not participate in taking the guns of civilians and infringing on the second amendment rights of Americans. However, if there was a "pan-demic" real or not....I'm sure it would cause a pan-ic....and the fear would push military/etc into "rounding up civilians" under the guise of it being for their own safety. THEN....DHS and crews can go into the now vacant homes and search/seize any guns, etc. THEN....The non threatening members of society could return to "business as usual".

Scary thought.
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This shit is strong and trying to be your friend. The real coverup is in the ME. SHHH
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Relative of UK patient suffering deadly SARS-like virus falls ill - proving it IS infectious

New patient is a relative of the sufferer who was confirmed to have Sars-like virus on Monday

Six hospital staff came into contact with the patient but have not displayed any symptoms so far

Original patient had recently travelled to Middle East
Takes number of confirmed worldwide cases to 11



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Figures. Bringing back shit from shithole pakistan.
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,,,Six hospital staffers where the patient is being treated are being monitored for infection but none have so far showed any symptoms of the illness. The patient did not come into contact with any other hospital patients and is currently being kept in isolation.

The new coronavirus is part of a family of viruses that cause ailments including the common cold and SARS. In 2003, a global outbreak of SARS killed about 800 people worldwide.

Officials at the World Health Organization said the new virus has probably already spread between humans in some instances. In Saudi Arabia last year, four members of the same family fell ill and two died. And in a cluster of about a dozen people in Jordan, the virus may have spread at a hospital's intensive care unit.

"We know that in some of those cases there was close physical contact between family members caring for one another, so we can't rule out human-to-human transmission," said Gregory Hartl, a WHO spokesman...


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...This brings the total of laboratory-confirmed cases of severe pneumonia caused by the NCoV to eleven globally (see table below).
The information available suggests human-to-human transmission of the NCoV in this family cluster.
The HPA reports that surveillance of family, close contacts of the two patients and healthcare workers treating the two patients is ongoing, as per the UK National Guidelines. None are currently presenting with symptoms consistent with nCoV.
The HPA is also following-up regarding passengers who may have been exposed while flying with the case announced on 11 February 2013 and are in contact with the airline concerned.
In light of this human-to-human transmission of the NCoV within the family cluster, ECDC is now updating its risk assessment, previously published on 7 December 2012.


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Familial Beta Coronavirus Cluster In The UK
Recombinomics Commentary 16:00
February 13, 2013

The Health Protection Agency (HPA) can confirm a further case of novel coronavirus infection in a family member of the case announced on Monday 11 February. The patient, who is a UK resident, does not have any recent travel history and is currently receiving intensive care treatment at The Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham.

The above comments confirm a familial beta coronavirus cluster in the UK. The index case (60M) developed symptoms in Saudi Arabia prior his return to the UK, supporting human to human transmission to the latest confirmed case. The index case was co-infected with H1N1pdm09. Details on the collection date for the sample positive for H1N1pdm09 has not been released, which is also true for the sequence of the influenza virus.

The HPA announcement and associated media r [link to www.recombinomics.com]
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More Media Myths On Beta Coronavirus Transmission
Recombinomics Commentary 16:00
February 13, 2013

A novel coronavirus has been diagnosed in a third person in the UK, providing the first evidence that it can be passed between people.


The Health Protection Agency (HPA) has confirmed that a third UK resident has been confirmed with the respiratory disease and is receiving intensive care treatment at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham.

Unlike the other two cases, the third patient has no history of recent travel and so did not pick up the infection overseas.

The above comment, claiming that [link to www.recombinomics.com]
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WHO-Novel coronavirus infection – update

13 FEBRUARY 2013 - The United Kingdom (UK) has informed WHO of another confirmed case of infection with the novel coronavirus (NCoV). The patient is a UK resident and a relative of the case announced on 11 February 2013.
The latest confirmed case does not have any recent travel history outside the UK and is currently hospitalized in an intensive care unit. It is understood that this patient has pre-existing medical conditions that may have increased susceptibility to respiratory infections.
Confirmed NCoV in a person without recent travel history indicates that infection was acquired in the UK. To date, evidence of person-to-person transmission has been limited. Although this case is suggestive of person-to-person transmission, on the basis of current evidence, the risk of sustained person-to-person transmission appears to be very low.
The Health Protection Agency (HPA) is following up on all close contacts (family and healthcare workers) who may have been exposed to either of these two new confir,,
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Race to stop spread of 'Sars': Hunt for family and friends of two Brits with deadly virus

13 Feb 2013 21:54
Six NHS staff were today being closely monitored for signs of symptoms after they had “close” contact with one of the patients

Doctors are scrambling to trace dozens of friends and relatives of two Brits hit by a deadly Sars-like virus to stop it spreading across the UK .

They want to test them urgently to see if they have caught the new ­coronavirus – and prevent them passing it on to yet more people.

Six NHS staff were today being closely monitored for signs of symptoms after they had “close” contact with one of the patients
.

The Health Protection Agency today revealed a Birmingham patient being treated for the strain is related to a Brit fighting for life in Manchester.

The Birmingham patient is the world’s 11th person to be diagnosed with the new strain, which has killed five people.

It is the third UK case but the first time it has passed between humans.

The first here was a 49-year-old man not from the UK.

He was flown by air ambulance from Qatar to St T [link to www.mirror.co.uk]
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Novel coronavirus infection –update 11 February 2013 - The United Kingdom (UK) has informed WHO of a confirmed case with infection of the novel coronavirus (NCoV). The case is a UK resident who developed symptoms of illness on 26 January 2013. Laboratory investigations on respiratory specimens have revealed both an Influenza A(H1N1)pdm09 infection and a confirmed NCoV infection. He is hospitalized in intensive care unit.

Preliminary investigation reveals that the patient had a history of travel to Pakistan and Saudi Arabia. Further investigation into the case is ongoing.

The Health Protection Agency (HPA) has instituted stringent infection control measures around the patient and identified contacts who may have been exposed to the patient during his illness.... [link to www.who.int]
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Third family member has 'Sars-like virus'

This case appears to be a milder form of the infection and the patient is not being treated in hospital. [link to www.bbc.co.uk]
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Coronavirus Infects Third U.K. Family Member, Health Agency Says
British health authorities identified an additional case of a new respiratory virus in a relative of a person diagnosed this week, bringing the global tally of cases to 12.

The patient, who doesn’t have any recent travel history, is recovering from a mild respiratory illness, the Health Protection Authority said in a statement today, without specifying the patient’s gender or age... [link to www.bloomberg.com]
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New virus hits 12 globally with new British case
"The patient ... is recovering from a mild respiratory illness and is currently well," it said in a statement.


John Watson, the HPA's head of respiratory diseases said that despite this, the HPA was advising the patient to self-isolate and limit contact with other people. Health officials are currently following up other household members.
...Wilkinson, a senior lecturer in respiratory medicine at Britain's University of Southampton, said that if NCoV turned out to be like the previous SARS outbreak, it may prove quite slow to spread from one human to another.

"But it's early days to make any definite statements because viruses can change and mutate very rapidly, so what is right today may be wrong tomorrow," he said.... [link to swineflumagazine.blogspot.com]
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Third case of novel coronavirus infection identified in family cluster


15 February 2013
The Health Protection Agency (HPA) can confirm a third case of novel coronavirus
infection in a family cluster, following the confirmed diagnosis of two cases announced earlier this week. The patient, who is a UK resident and does not have any recent travel history, is recovering from a mild respiratory illness and is currently well. This latest case brings the total number of confir.. [link to www.hpa.org.uk]
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Mild Beta Coronavirus UK Case Raises Pandemic Concerns
Recombinomics Commentary 20:30
February 15, 2013

The Health Protection Agency (HPA) can confirm a third case of novel coronavirus infection in a family cluster, following the confirmed diagnosis of two cases announced earlier this week. The patient, who is a UK resident and does not have any recent travel history, is recovering from a mild respiratory illness and is currently well.

The above HPA confirmation expand the latest novel beta coronaviruscluster to three, which includes the first confirmation of mild case, significantly increasing the pandemic risk. This cluster clearly signals human to human (H2H) transmission, because the index case (60M) developed symptoms while performing Umrah in Sau [link to www.recombinomics.com]
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Is this Novel coronavirus the same virus as seen in the movie "Contagion" released about a year ago? A pig virus mixed wih a bat virus? The movie the CDC gave professional insight to while in production?
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They aren't for sure exactly,but it is related to bats. Yep that movie was about a bat virus. It is coming from Saudi Arabia most likely.
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Extend virus alert to visitors from UK, urges doctor


Kelly Ip and Mary Ann Benitez
Monday, February 18, 2013



The alert over a mysterious SARS-like virus should be extended to travelers from Britain, an infectious diseases doctor says.
This follows the third case of the novel coronavirus in Britain this month, involving a second family member of a 60-year- old man who became s.. "These concerns have been increased by the report suggesting the export of the novel coronavirus by a UK resident who developed symptoms while performing Umrah [the pilgrimage to Mecca] in Saudi Arabia," Niman said.
He said there was also a family cluster of four in Riyadh.
"This mild case [in the UK], coupled with the human-to-human transmission within the family, has raised concerns that the number of cases in Saudi Arabia is significantly higher than the five confirmed and one probable case."... [link to www.thestandard.com.hk]
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Nice little flu scare is good for vaccine sales.
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There is no vaccine.





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