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 Post subject: Re: Georgia
PostPosted: Wed Jan 26, 2011 9:36 am 
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http://www.news.az/articles/georgia/30221

One in Kutaisi and another - in Gori. The number of H1N1 cases is eventually growing as the temperature fell down during the last two weeks. The clinics are expecting more growth of the cases now.

The Ministry of Health Care will meet the directors of Tbilisi polyclinics to give them instructions regarding the virus prevention activities today.

The representatives of the National Centre of Disease Control say, despite the growth of H1N1 cases, its number if significantly low in comparison with last year. The Centre calls upon citizens to be careful and follow the instructions they get from their doctors.

The Ghudushauri clinic is put in quarantine due to the threat of virus spread.

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 Post subject: Re: Georgia
PostPosted: Sun Jan 30, 2011 12:08 pm 
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The outbreak of H1N1-there is no danger
30.01.11 12:58

The so-called Swine flu infected 18 people were taken in the medical brigades last two days.

Brought from different regions of Tbilisi for several patients in the clinic distributed.

Health Ministry officials claim that they fight the virus with the full mzaruqopna are - more than enough to supply medicines as well.

Davadebata control of the National Center for everyone who has symptoms of the virus aghmoachndeba to go to a doctor with her.

According to the data center, a total of h1n1 in the laboratory confirmed cases of 127, as well as the advanced type of virus, 39 and "a kind of two cases. However, experts point out that the country is in danger of an epidemic does not exist.

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 Post subject: Re: Georgia
PostPosted: Mon Jan 31, 2011 7:39 pm 
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About 180 laboratory confirmed cases of H1N1 virus of so-called swine flu have been detected in Georgia for the time being.

Nine people died of the virus in January.

Four infected children are undergoing treatment at Iashvili Children’s Clinic in Tbilisi.
The health condition of them remains stable.

24 cases of H1N1 and 8 cases of “B” type of virus confirmed at Iashvili Children’s Clinic during January.

8 infected patients are placed at Ghudushauri Hospital.

According to Disease Control Center, there is no threat of pandemic. Doctors recommend patients for being alert and careful and apply to medical institutions as soon as first symptoms of virus are revealed.

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 Post subject: Re: Georgia
PostPosted: Sun Feb 06, 2011 12:38 am 
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Another Georigan woman has died from the virus A/H1N1.

The 52-year-old died last night in the Kutaisi Hospital of Infectious Diseases, the Georgian Center for Disease Control told Trend.

The woman was infected with the so-called "swine flu." She visited her doctor too late and they failed to save her life.

This is the eleventh death from the flu in Georgia this year. Seven deaths were recorded in connection with the presence of the H1N1 virus in patients. Three deaths were related to other mutations of the type-A virus. One death was recorded in relation to the type-B virus.


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 Post subject: Re: Georgia
PostPosted: Fri Feb 11, 2011 7:15 am 
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The tenth fatality from the so-called "swine flu" was recorded in Georgia in 2011. As the Georgian National Center for Disease Control told Trend, the 50-year-old woman died this morning from the H1N1 virus at the Gudushauri Clinic.

She was in the hospital for a week, but remained in serious condition as she had waited too long to visit the doctors. She had also started to have complications.

Doctors have asked Georgians to seek qualified help after exhibiting the first signs of flu.


This is the 14th death from the flu in Georgia this year. Ten were recorded in connection with the presence of the H1N1virus.

http://en.trend.az/news/incident/1827436.html

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 Post subject: Re: Georgia
PostPosted: Wed Feb 16, 2011 3:42 pm 
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Another person died from the H1N1 virus in Georgia. As the National Center for Disease Control told Trend, this time the 50-year-old woman died, who had other chronic diseases that caused complications and the so-called "swine flu".

This is the 17th fatality as a result of the flu this year in Georgia. Twelve people died from the H1N1virus. The rest died from other subtypes of the A type virus and B type virus.

As the Center told Trend, so far "swine flu" has been recorded in 425 people and it was confirmed by laboratory tests. Most of them recovered from the virus without consequences.

http://en.trend.az/news/politics/1830152.html?

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 Post subject: Re: Georgia
PostPosted: Tue Feb 22, 2011 4:36 pm 
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The death on Monday of a 51-year- old woman in western Georgia brought to 21 the number of total fatality of H1N1, type-A and type-B infectious flu this year in the South Caucasus country, according to Georgia's center for disease control and prevention.

Of the flu deaths, 14 were killed by H1N1 while type-B and type- A flu claimed the lives of five and two respectively.


The center for disease control and prevention once again notified the general public that the flu deaths had all been caused by late treatment or combination with other chronic diseases.

The same center said that as of Monday Georgia has registered 597 cases of viral flu infections.

Last year, the H1N1 virus infected over 1,800 people in Georgia where 33 H1N1 patients had been killed.

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no guarantees that they are testing as many of the patients this year compared to last, but for what it's worth, 21 deaths out of 597 known cases is proportionately more than 33 deaths out of a total of 1800 people.


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 Post subject: Re: Georgia
PostPosted: Tue Mar 29, 2011 9:51 am 
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TBILISI, March 29 (Xinhua) -- The Georgian National Center for Disease Control and Prevention on Tuesday reported that the viral H1N1 flu had claimed yet another human life in the South Caucasus country.

So far the virus has killed 30 Georgians this year during the ongoing flu season while the other infectious A-type and B-type viral flu had killed three and 14 patients respectively.

The H1N1 viral flu killed 33 of the 1,800 infected patients in Georgia during the flu season last year.

The World Health Organization in June 2009 declared the new strain of the swine-origin H1N1 as a pandemic which the UN body later declared as over in August last year.


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 Post subject: Re: Georgia
PostPosted: Wed Jan 01, 2014 1:36 pm 
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http://en.trend.az/regions/scaucasus/ge ... 26609.html
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Spread of swine flu in Georgia forecasted
30 December 2013, 14:28 (GMT+04:00)
Tbilisi, Georgia
By Nana Kirtzkhalia

According to experts, from January 2014, an intensification of viral diseases is expected in Georgia including swine flu. This is evidenced by the growth of the number of citizens' appeals to medical institutions of the country.

In particular, the number of visits due to viral diseases to the Centre for Infectious Diseases of 'Medical city' has increased. According to the centre's director, Nana Gongadze, compared to last season, the number of outbreaks of viral infections rose by 50 percent.

"As a rule, with the coming of winter, the number of viral diseases increases. Basically these are bacterial infections as well as viral upper respiratory tract infections which are more severe. Our centre has 70 beds and since December it is filled to almost 90 percent," the centre's director said.

The Georgian National Centre for Disease Control predicts the spread of a so-called swine flu from January and encourages people to see a doctor as soon as possible to avoid complications, Gongadze stressed.

In past years, the swine flu in Georgia killed more than 300 people.


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 Post subject: Re: Georgia
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Paata Imnadze –outbreak of flu is not expected
11:50 16-02-2014

Paata Imnadze, head of the scientific board of the national centre of disease control doesn’t expect outbreak of flu. Imnadze said at yesterday’s press conference that flu infections will increase in late February and early March, though not to the extent as it was in 2009.

He says that flu normally hits those with underlying health problems like asthma, diabetes, vascular diseases and elderly people.

He spoke about the preventions to be carried out and mentioned that infected person should avoid crowded places.

Imnadze addresses citizens to eat garlic and pay attention to washing hands.

Imnadze informs that out of 87 laboratory-confirmed cases, 82 were A type H2N3 viruses, in two cases so called swine flu H1N1, two were of B type viruses.


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