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 Post subject: Re: Russia
PostPosted: Sat Dec 11, 2010 10:52 am 
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http://eng.tatar-inform.ru/news/2010/12 ... um=twitter

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Patients are found in Naberezhnye Chelny and Kazan.

(Kazan, December 10, Tatar-inform, Emma Sitdikova). First cases of the seasonal flu have been reported in Tatarstan. Three patients have been diagnosed in Naberezhnye Chelny, the Rospotrebnadzor human welfare authority told Tatar-inform.

One or two cases were diagnosed last week in Kazan. All the patients are adults, Kazan’s chief epidemiologist Dmitry Lopushov said.

No cases of highly pathogenic flu have been revealed in Kazan.

Last year, the first flu contraction incidents were recorded in November.
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 Post subject: Re: Russia
PostPosted: Sun Jan 16, 2011 6:46 am 
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http://en.rian.ru/russia/20110116/162161830.html

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04:49 16/01/2011

The number of people, infected with the pandemic A/H1N1 strain of flu virus, is on the rise in Russia and Europe, Russia's chief sanitary doctor has said.

Gennady Onishchenko said A-type flu viruses account for about 71% of all seasonal flu cases in Europe, and 93% of them are swine flu.

"The reports are alarming, they show that the A/H1N1 pandemic virus is on the rise again," he said.

The number of swine flu cases is on the increase in eight Russian regions, including the densely populated Moscow area. Situation in other regions is "normal," he said.

The swine flu pandemic claimed over 18,000 lives worldwide last year. Russia has been among more than 214 countries and overseas territories or communities, which have reported laboratory confirmed cases of pandemic influenza H1N1 on their territory, including over 18,138 deaths.

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 Post subject: Re: Russia
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http://www.itar-tass.com/eng/level2.htm ... &PageNum=0

MOSCOW, January 23 (Itar-Tass) - A soldier of active service from a unit of the Yekaterinburg Air Force and Air Defence formation of the Central Military District died on January 21 of flu A/H1N1 (California) at the Chelyabinsk regional hospital.

He had been earlier treated at a district military hospital, Itar-Tass learnt from spokesman of the public relations service of the Russian Defence Ministry.

“On January 13, the type of the disease was confirmed with laboratory investigations by specialists of the Chelyabinsk Centre of Hygiene and Preventive Measures. Doctors failed to save the soldier despite measures of intensive therapy, taken by civil and military medics,” the service noted.

The public relations service explained that the soldier was called up for military service on last December 20 from the Kemerovo Region.

“It was established during preliminary investigation that the servicemen could catch infection at the place of his permanent residence where cases of such infection were registered. Its symptoms may develop in an intensively progressing form after a month of incubation period,” supposed the public relations service.

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It became known on Saturday of the death of another soldier from military unit No. 86727 Konstantin Tsybuk. A prosecution inspection established that on January 15, officer on duty at the unit Igor Gurov, on learning that the state of health of private Tsybuk deteriorated and that his temperature was very high, did not report this event to the commander of the unit and did not take measures to render skilled medical aid.


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 Post subject: Re: Russia
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http://www.yuga.ru/news/222695/

In Krasnodar Territory, died 47-year-old man, sick swine flu (A/H1N1/-sw). As the press service of the regional Rospotrebnadzor, the man had been vaccinated against the flu.

According to the weekly monitoring by the Office of Rospotrebnadzor Krasnodar region, on March 28 the situation on the incidence of influenza and SARS in the province remains in non-epidemic level.

Just a week from 21 till March 27, fell ill with acute respiratory viral infections and influenza 4,700 people or 9.2 per 10 thousand population, 83% below the epidemic threshold. Epidporogom considered an indicator of when the 10,000 population accounts for 53 cases. 1,977 cases were registered among children under 14 years of age.

According to the monitoring of circulating virus in the Krasnodar Territory, for the last week of 159 samples of clinical material from cases were diagnosed 43 cases of influenza, which is 35% lower than last in the period - from 14 to 20 March Aetiological pattern is as follows: 88% - influenza type A/H1N1/-sw, 9% - influenza type B and 3% - Influenza A netipirovanny. Thus, this week, the incidence of influenza and SARS, as compared with the previous week, fell by 15.8%, experts have told the press service of Rospotrebnadzor for the Krasnodar Territory.

In Krasnodar, registered 1,417 cases of influenza and SARS, including 520 cases among children under 14 years of age.

As reported YuGA.ru, in mid-March of influenza A/H1N1/-sw-09 dead 74-year-old woman. Pensioner has not been vaccinated against the flu, and disease run in the background of severe comorbidity.


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