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 Post subject: Re: Germany
PostPosted: Wed Jan 12, 2011 5:52 pm 
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http://www.earthtimes.org/articles/news ... mmary.html

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Cologne/Berlin - Swine flu killed seven people in Germany from October through January 7, with at least five more deaths reported since, the country's disease control and prevention institution said on Wednesday.

The first week of January alone had seen another 39 infections, the highest rate since October, the Robert Koch Institute said.

The outbreak has been particularly severe and fatal for children and young people, institute official Susanne Glasmacher said.

Several more deaths have been reported since January 7, including two on Wednesday alone in the states of North Rhine-Westphalia and Lower Saxony.

A 36-year-old man in the eastern part of North Rhine-Westphalia had already died of swine flu at the weekend, while a 75-year-old woman in the central city of Goettingen succumbed on Tuesday to the effects of the H1N1 virus.

The cause of death in three other cases was not as clear cut.

A 6-year-old girl infected with swine flu died at the weekend in Cologne, though a post-mortem was to determine what exactly had killed her. A 57-year-old man who died in Essen was already suffering from a disease of the lungs, while a woman who died of organ failure in Muenster had other illnesses besides swine flu.

In Germany, an average of 8,000 to 11,000 people die from the flu and its consequences every flu season, although there are considerable variations - some years may see almost no deaths, while a strong season could feature 30,000.

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 Post subject: Re: Germany
PostPosted: Fri Jan 14, 2011 9:07 am 
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http://www.goal.com/en-us/news/87/germa ... ln-quartet

Koeln have had more than their share of disappointing sporting news this year, but their woes were compounded on Thursday when it was revealed that four players have fallen ill with the H1N1 virus, also known as swine flu.

Players Youssef Mohamad, Kevin McKenna, Miso Brecko and Konstantinos Giannoulis, as well as assistant coach Thomas Haessler, have all been confirmed will with the swine flu, a dangerous disease that is notoriously contagious. The players have all been quarantined so as to limit the chances of spreading their disease.

Whether any other players have been infected remains under investigation. All four of the currently sick contingent will miss out on Sunday's clash with Kaiserslautern, which means some serious selection headaches for coach Frank Schaefer.


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 Post subject: Re: Germany
PostPosted: Wed Jan 26, 2011 7:51 pm 
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In Bavaria, according to authorities estimate the flu outbreak is rolled. Since the fall of 2010 were already 675 influenza Diseases have been reported - 460 alone since the beginning, said the Bavarian State Office for Health and Food Safety (LGL) on Wednesday in Erlangen on request. "Since the beginning of the year, the number of influenzaDiseases has increased significantly, "said a LGLSpokeswoman. Overall, however, I move the number of flu at the level of previous years.
Currently dominated by the flu-Diseases the infection with the swine fluVirus, explained the spokeswoman. This winter, the authority had registered in connection with the swine flu in Bavaria, only five deaths. To protect against an influenza vaccination even now be possible. The standing ready this winter include a protective vaccine against swine flu. should be vaccinated, people of all ages with underlying medical conditions, older than 60, pregnant women and medical personnel.

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 Post subject: Re: Germany
PostPosted: Thu Jan 27, 2011 8:05 pm 
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http://www.radiokoeln.de/koeln/rk/561138/news/koeln

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In Cologne, there was another life for a swine flu infection. According to health department, an older man on the H1N1 virus is dead. With him was the more severe infection because of several underlying diseases, they say. He also had not been vaccinated.

The Cologne-based health office has registered in the first three weeks of the year, 65 cases of swine flu in Cologne. The number of cases is increasing at present. Experts advise people to vaccination that are older than 60 years - also pregnant women and all who work in professions in which they come into contact much with other people.

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 Post subject: Re: Germany
PostPosted: Fri Jan 28, 2011 6:22 pm 
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http://www.stz-online.de/nachrichten/th ... 35,1284390

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Dead in Suhl to swine flu infection
A 52-year-old man came in Suhl to a swine flu infections died. Doctors had detected the virus in him, he died of pneumonia, said the spokesman
Suhl (dpa / th) the Thuringian Ministry of Health, Uwe Buechner, on Friday, confirming a report in the newspaper "Free Word" (Saturday). The man had come in early January to the hospital and died last Saturday. There was no evidence of pre-existing conditions. The autopsy was made first.

The dead man had not been vaccinated against influenza, "said Buechner. His family also cites other diseases of swine flu. The paper said it was the first time since 2009 in Thuringia confirmed one death, attributed to the physician for the virus H1N1. In all of Germany this season about 25 such courses deadly flu had been reported. The figures were not yet alarming, "said Buechner. "We do not stand before the outbreak of a pandemic."


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 Post subject: Re: Germany
PostPosted: Sun Jan 30, 2011 12:16 pm 
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http://www.abendblatt.de/region/article ... chsen.html

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Fifth swine flu victims in Lower Saxony
A 63-year-old died of the H1N1 virus in the district of Gifhorn. He had come to a hospital with respiratory distress and died shortly afterwards.

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 Post subject: Re: Germany
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A nine year old girl from Schwedt (Uckermark) died from the so-called swine flu. As the Brandenburg Ministry of Health announced on Monday, the child had no previous illnesses.

The girl was a week ago was with high fever and breathing problems brought to the hospital Uckermark. Later it was moved to the Charité in Berlin, where it died last Thursday.

The disease is "extremely" was, said a spokeswoman for the Charité. "This is something our physicians have not yet seen," she added.

Currently over 200 cases of H1N1 disease in Brandenburg

Health Minister Tack advises Vaccination.
According to the Head of Unit for Infection Prevention in the Brandenburg Ministry of Health, Ulrich Ram, this is the first death associated with the swine flu in Brandenburg since October 2010. Currently 210 cases of diseases with the H1N1 virus are known.

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