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Author:  niman [ Sat Dec 27, 2014 1:06 pm ]
Post subject:  WHO Investigates H1N1pdm09 Fatalities Tripoli & Tobruk Libya

WHO is send a team to investigate deaths in Tripoli and Tobruk, which are being called bird flu in media reports.

Multiple tweets cite H1N1pdm09

Author:  niman [ Sat Dec 27, 2014 1:08 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Bird Flu Fatalities in Tripoli and TubruK Libya

Alaclai: the deaths of four bird flu .. nor «Ebola» in Libya
| Sat 27 ديسمبر 2014, 1:35 PM
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Home satisfaction Alaclai Minister of Health (left) and Khaled Shabib envoy of the World Health Organization (file: Internet) (photo:)
Reza Alaclai Minister of Health (left) and Khaled Shabib envoy of the World Health Organization (file: Internet)
Denied, Minister of Health, Dr. Reza Alaclai there is no case of infection «Ebola» in Libya at the moment, confirming the death of one case of bird flu in the city of Tobruk, three deaths in the city of Tripoli, and a suspected case of bird flu in Tobruk Medical Center.

He explained Alaclai, in remarks to the «middle gate» was informed the World Health Organization, which confirmed its part, send experts to Libya within 48 hours, and will work to rectify the situation.

Alaclai He added that he will move to the city of Tobruk on Sunday to find out the latest developments, and then will move to Cairo to meet with experts in the Regional Office of WHO in particular.

He warned the Minister of Health of rumors that may be fabricated about the lack of equipment and materials dialysis in Libya, stressing the supply of equipment and drugs during the past few days to the city of Benghazi, and that he would demand an investigation into the lack of equipment and medicines, and will try to Ministry of Health to break the monopoly of dialysis and agreement with other companies.

Author:  niman [ Sat Dec 27, 2014 1:10 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Bird Flu Fatalities in Tripoli and Tubruk Libya

Four people died of bird flu today in the cities of Tripoli and Tobruk Allebian.

The Minister of Health, Dr. Reza Allepie Alaclai, in a press statement today that it has been reported to the World Health Organization, which confirmed its part, send experts to Libya within 48 hours, and will work to rectify the situation.

On the other hand between Alaclai that there are no cases of Ebola in the country at the moment.

http://www.aleqt.com/2014/12/27/article_918323.html

Author:  niman [ Sat Dec 27, 2014 1:16 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Bird Flu Fatalities in Tripoli and TubruK Libya

niman wrote:
Alaclai: the deaths of four bird flu .. nor «Ebola» in Libya
| Sat 27 ديسمبر 2014, 1:35 PM
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Home satisfaction Alaclai Minister of Health (left) and Khaled Shabib envoy of the World Health Organization (file: Internet) (photo:)
Reza Alaclai Minister of Health (left) and Khaled Shabib envoy of the World Health Organization (file: Internet)
Denied, Minister of Health, Dr. Reza Alaclai there is no case of infection «Ebola» in Libya at the moment, confirming the death of one case of bird flu in the city of Tobruk, three deaths in the city of Tripoli, and a suspected case of bird flu in Tobruk Medical Center.

He explained Alaclai, in remarks to the «middle gate» was informed the World Health Organization, which confirmed its part, send experts to Libya within 48 hours, and will work to rectify the situation.

Alaclai He added that he will move to the city of Tobruk on Sunday to find out the latest developments, and then will move to Cairo to meet with experts in the Regional Office of WHO in particular.

He warned the Minister of Health of rumors that may be fabricated about the lack of equipment and materials dialysis in Libya, stressing the supply of equipment and drugs during the past few days to the city of Benghazi, and that he would demand an investigation into the lack of equipment and medicines, and will try to Ministry of Health to break the monopoly of dialysis and agreement with other companies.

http://www.libyaakhbar.com/libya-news/5 ... ource=true

Author:  niman [ Sat Dec 27, 2014 1:42 pm ]
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Libya: the death of four people as a result of bird flu in Tripoli and Tobruk

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Author:  niman [ Sat Dec 27, 2014 1:47 pm ]
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The Libyan Minister of Health: the death of four people as a result of bird flu in Tripoli and Tobruk

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Author:  niman [ Sat Dec 27, 2014 4:52 pm ]
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Home Arab News Libya announces four deaths from bird flu and stresses it does not exist for "Ebola" Saturday, December 27, 2014 - 22:27 File photo Benghazi (AFP) The Ministry of Health announced in the interim Libyan government internationally recognized Saturday the death of four people in Libya in recent days as a result of being infected with the H5 1 strain of bird flu. The health minister said the Libyan satisfaction Alaukly "Four people died during the last term nearby as a result of contracting the virus that causes West bird flu and east. "explained Alaukly in his remarks Saturday that" the three cases was killed as a result of the disease in the Libyan capital Tripoli, in addition to the deaths, one in the city of Tobruk, "near the Libyan-Egyptian border east of the country. The minister pointed out that "the suspected case infected with the disease were introduced to the center of Tobruk medical and still exist there, "pointing out that he will go to Tobruk Sunday to find out the latest developments, and then to Cairo to meet with experts in the Regional Office of the World Health Organization in this regard, and said that" the ministry reported to the World Health Organization, " pointing out that "the organization confirmed its part, it would send experts to Libya within 48 hours, and will work to remedy the situation." On the other hand, stressed Alaukly that his country free so far from the epidemic Ebola, which invade West Africa, and was the National Center Libya for Disease Control announced in March 13 recorded the first case of bird flu in a poultry farm in Tobruk, and several countries were announced earlier this year discovered a new virus causing avian influenza disease called "HP 7 The 9", causing transmission to humans in the death of many people.

http://www.youm7.com/story/2014/12/27/% ... #.VJ8WgABY

Author:  niman [ Sat Dec 27, 2014 4:54 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: WHO Investigates Bird Flu Fatalities Tripoli & Tobruk Li

The Ministry of Health in the interim Libyan government for the deaths of four people in Libya in the past few days as a result of being infected, "said the 5 H 1" strain of bird flu. The health minister said the Libyan satisfaction Alaclai "Four people died during the last term nearby as a result of contracting the virus that causes the disease west of the country bird flu and east. " Alaclai explained in his remarks Saturday that "the three cases was killed as a result of the disease in the Libyan capital Tripoli, in addition to the deaths, one in the city of Tobruk," near the Libyan-Egyptian border east of the country. The minister pointed out that "the case is suspected of being infected with the disease introduced to Tobruk Medical Center and continues to exist there, "pointing out that he will go to Tobruk Sunday to find out the latest developments, and on to Cairo for a meeting of experts at the World Health Organization Regional Office in this regard. On the other hand Alaclai stressed that his country was free until now of epidemic Ebola, which invades the West African countries.

http://www.alahednews.com.lb/fastnews/2 ... #.VJ8VZABY

Author:  niman [ Sat Dec 27, 2014 4:59 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: WHO Investigates Bird Flu Fatalities Tripoli & Tobruk Li

Four die of bird flu in Libya: Minister
PUBLISHED ON DEC 28, 2014 4:38 AM

BENGHAZI, Libya (AFP) - Four people have died of bird flu in Libya in recent days, the health minister of the country's internationally recognised government said on Saturday.

Rida al-Awkali said a fifth person suspected of having contracted the virus is currently in hospital in the far eastern city of Tobruk.

Three of the victims died in the capital Tripoli, while the fourth died in Tobruk, he added, without saying which strain of the disease they caught.

Tobruk is across the border from Egypt where at least eight people have died of bird flu this year, according to health authorities in Cairo.

Awkali said that he will visit Tobruk on Sunday and then travel on to Egypt to meet experts from the World Health Organisation (WHO), which closely monitors the various strains of avian influenza.

The H5N1 strain of bird flu has killed more than 400 people, mainly in South-east Asia, since first appearing in 2003.

Another strain, H7N9, has claimed more than 170 lives since emerging in 2013.

Libya's first case of bird flu was recorded at a Tobruk poultry farm in March, but no people were infected.

Again, officials did not reveal the strain of the virus.

Awkali said that the WHO would be sending a delegation to Libya within 48 hours.

- See more at: http://www.straitstimes.com/news/world/ ... vCuwk.dpuf

Author:  niman [ Sat Dec 27, 2014 5:01 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: WHO Investigates Bird Flu Fatalities Tripoli & Tobruk Li

Four die of bird flu in Libya
28-12-2014

Libya's Health Minister said four people have died of bird flu in the country in recent days.
Rida al-Awkali said a fifth person suspected of having contracted the virus is currently in hospital in the far eastern city of Tobruk.

Three of the victims died in the capital Tripoli, while the fourth died in Tobruk.

The minister did not say which strain of the disease they caught.

http://rthk.hk/rthk/news/englishnews/20 ... 064607.htm

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