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  • Tunisia: Pregnant woman dies of H1N1 virus

    The Director of Basic Care at the Ministry of Public Health, Nissaf Ben Alaya, announced on Mosaique FM radio that a pregnant woman had died of the H1N1 virus at the Rabta hospital in Tunis. . According to her, this is the second death recorded this year in Tunisia caused by the H1N1 virus or swine flu.
    This virus is therefore again talk about him as confirmed yesterday, the Director General of Health Nabiha Borsali Falfoul, indicating that the H1N1 virus returns every two years.
    Dr. Nabiha Borsali Falfoul also announced that 300 thousand vaccines against H1N1 are available against this swine flu virus that appeared in 2009 in Tunisia.

    http://www.webdo.tn/2017/12/13/tunis...de-virus-h1n1/


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    SOCIETE Tunisie: Second H1N1 virus death recorded this year in Tunisia

    ByMourad S | 1 hour ago

    Tunisia has registered in the current year 2 deaths due to the H1N1 flu virus, announced Wednesday, December 13, 2017, Nissaf Ben Alaya, director of basic health at the Ministry of Health.

    The latest death, recently recorded, took place at the Rabta Hospital in Tunis, involving a 34-year-old pregnant woman, the source said.

    The first case of death dates back to last November. He is a 75-year-old man with chronic diseases such as diabetes and hypertension, said the director of basic health.

    According to her, 17 cases of influenza-infected people were tested positive by the Tunis laboratories, including 16 with H1N1 and 1 case with seasonal influenza B, she said, stressing that the virus reappears in Tunisia every two years .
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    https://www.tunisienumerique.com/tun...annee-tunisie/
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