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 Post subject: Belarus
PostPosted: Sat Aug 22, 2009 2:34 pm 
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Three kids diagnosed with A (H1N1) following respite break in Britain

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 Post subject: Re: Belarus
PostPosted: Sat Oct 31, 2009 10:12 am 
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People dying from swine flu in Minsk? 97
16:21, — society


Information about death of sme people in hospital #5 has appeared on the Internet, but the Health Committee is unsure whether it was the swine flu.

On October 28, Minsk blogger sammy_belarus wrote all doctors and nurses in the fifth clinical hospital wear face masks. “We have just been informed that two persons, 30 and 37 years old, died from the H1N1 influenza in the intensive care unit. Two persons are fighting for a chance to live. Symptoms are fever and fluid lungs...” the girl wrote in her blog.

The website www.charter97.org phoned hospital #5 of Minsk, but the personnel refused to give any information and just advised to refer other persons. Finally, the deputy chief doctor of medical unit said she couldn’t discuss the theme and told we could get any information from the Health Committee of the Minsk city executive committee.

Asked to comment on the situation about the death in hospital #5, Alena Rudkova, the head of the specialized medical aid of the Health Committee, shouted: “You are the tenth to call us! Do not spread panic! We don’t know if it was the swine flu virus!” To a question what caused the death, the doctor said: “They died from pneumonia” and hang up.

We remind that death from the swine flu have not been recorded in Belarus officially so far. The authorities denied such information every time it appeared.

http://www.charter97.org/en/news/2009/10/28/23196/


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 Post subject: Re: Belarus
PostPosted: Sat Oct 31, 2009 4:32 pm 
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In Belarus there has been increase in the incidence of acute respiratory infections and flu. In the past two weeks, fell ill more than 65 thousand people - 20 percent more than in the corresponding period last year - announced in Belarusian BiełaPAN agency.

60 percent All cases are Belarusians aged under 18 years of age.

In the last week of 19 percent increased the number of people hospitalized due to acute respiratory infections. As of Friday, due to influenza infection, and staying in hospitals 958 people - reported BiełaPAN.

The Agency, citing the National Center for Influenza, announced that Belarus also recorded 38 cases of a new influenza A/H1N1, 35 people in this group is already healthy.

First Deputy Minister of Health Robert Czasnojt assured that hospitals are prepared to accept the increased number of patients, and pharmacies are required adequate supply of medicines.

BiełaPAN announced the metropolitan sanitary-epidemiological services, to extend to November 6, autumn holiday for students Schools in Minsk. The reason is the increase in the incidence of acute respiratory infections, recorded from 20 October in this city.

Among antygrypowych prevention Ministry of Health recommends wearing Belarusians masks protection. It is emphasized that this is an important preventive measure to which the residents must be accustomed

http://www.gazetaprawna.pl/wiadomosci/a ... orusi.html


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 Post subject: Re: Belarus
PostPosted: Sun Nov 01, 2009 12:10 pm 
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Patients "swine flu" more

01.11.2009 14:58 01.11.2009 14:58
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59 laboratory confirmed cases of" swine flu ", but no fatalities," - said the chief medical officer of Belarus Valentina Cachan.

Last Friday was announced on 39 laboratory confirmed cases of "swine flu".

Cachan explained that "today the presence of the virus A/H1N1 in Belarus absleduyutstsa seriously ill", said Interfax.


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 Post subject: Re: Belarus
PostPosted: Tue Nov 03, 2009 3:20 am 
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http://www.charter97.org/en/news/2009/10/29/23212/
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 Post subject: Re: Belarus
PostPosted: Tue Nov 03, 2009 11:43 am 
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The first Belarusian death from swine flu was registered by health officials on Tuesday. The victim, a 37-year-old female resident of the town of Drogichin, died on Friday, but results of blood tests confirming the presence of the H1N1 virus only became available Tuesday, said Oleg Arnautov, chief doctor of the western Brest province.

The woman reportedly had visited Ukraine's western Kovel region, currently near the centre of Ukraine's flu outbreak, in early October.

She became ill in the latter half of October and experienced severe flu symptoms for four days before consulting doctors, Arnautov said.

The victim had been suffering from other illnesses before having been infected by the flu, which may have contributed to the respiratory problems causing her death, he said.

In recent weeks, the Belarusian capital Minsk has seen an estimated 10 deaths of persons suffering from pneumonia preceded by flu-like symptoms. Public health workers were working to identify the virus causing the illnesses.

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 Post subject: Re: Belarus
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 Post subject: Re: Belarus
PostPosted: Tue Nov 03, 2009 3:03 pm 
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Medical workers report to the Health Care Ministry that, about 10 people have died in Minsk from pneumonia, a A(H1N1) flu complication. Journalists managed to get a medical report saying the cause of death of two persons of 27 and 36 years old (they died on the same day) was pneumonia. RNA of A(H1N1) flu were detected in their tissue samples.


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 Post subject: Re: Belarus
PostPosted: Tue Nov 03, 2009 6:27 pm 
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Belarus is not part of Tamiflu Reserves Program (TRP) for developing economies, because Belarus is not part of Global
Alliance for Vaccines and Immunization (GAVI) organisation

http://www.roche.com/med-cor-2009-07-01-e.pdf

This means, Belarus will have no access to relatively cheaply priced Tamiflu drugs, like Ukraine recently did when 300.000 packages arrived by overnight cargo plane from Switzerland

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 Post subject: Re: Belarus
PostPosted: Wed Nov 04, 2009 5:07 pm 
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Minsk. Virus A(H1N1) claimed seventh victim in Belarus, AFP reported. No case with lethal outcome as a result of A(H1N1) flu was registered in the state by the beginning of the month.
Analyzers warn that countries like Belarus and Ukraine will be the most affected by the swine flu due to the fact that they hadn’t allotted funds for preconscious measures of the infection.



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