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  • National Service trainees in Kuala Nerang down with H1N1

    ALOR STAR: Four National Service (NS) trainees in Dusun Minda Resort, Kuala Nerang tested positive of H1N1.

    This was confirmed by Padang Terap district Health officer who had screened 54 trainees who were down with fever symptoms couple of days ago.

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    http://www.nst.com.my/latest/nationa...Speed=noscript

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    Re: National Service trainees in Kuala Nerang down with H1N1

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    Sin Chew Home > Local > Great Northern Horse

    4 students suffering from H1N1 flu ‧ Abdul Hadi: Closely monitor other participants

    2014-05-19 13:07

    (Alor Setar) Kedah Guarani Lang Du Shunguo China operators 52 participants two days before the start of fever have been isolated, including four yesterday (the 18th) was diagnosed with A (H1N1) flu.

    National Service Bureau director Datuk Abdul Hadi confirmed the incident and means that the battalion had taken measures to ensure that the disease does not spread.

    National Service Bureau director Datuk Abdul Hadi confirmed the incident and means that the battalion had taken measures to ensure that the disease does not spread.

    He said that by the advisory: "We have arranged a hostel outside the camp, so that four infected students where isolation."

    "In addition, other students have been quarantined because of a fever, is also closely monitored."

    Abdul Hadi said the camp medical staff 3 pm yesterday confirmed that four students infected with H1N1.

    It is understood that the day before yesterday (the 17th) there were 52 participants in the camp have been quarantined because of a fever.
    Fever campers to 54 people

    Abdul Hadi said that the number of campers has fever has increased to 54 people.

    "We have contacted the State Department of Health for that case, they will arrange a day today, team medical personnel went to the camp."

    He said the camp officials will cooperate closely and comply with every instruction of medical personnel.

    It is understood that a total of eight battalions and medical staff from the Health Bureau Guarani waves to closely monitor the situation.

    Parents do not worry controlled circumstances

    Abdul Hadi noted that the camp daily programs and activities of other participants will be continued, the situation is under control of the camp, parents need not worry.

    "Currently, we advise them not to visit the camp for fear the virus could spread. Anyway, if they insist on doing so, we can not stop them."

    Commander approval unless
    prohibited from leaving the camp participants

    A student surnamed Chen pointed out that the camp participants at about 5:00 pm yesterday and was told the battalion commander of the situation.

    "We were forbidden to leave the camp, in order to obtain permission to leave unless they have requested and to remind us to take care of health."

    He refers to the participants were also told that the camp's activities will be suspended until further notice. (Sin Chew Daily ‧ Great Northern Horse)

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      Re: National Service trainees in Kuala Nerang down with H1N1

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      Campers Flu Isolated Kedah National Service Camp 4 Cases

      Social May 20, 2014

      (Kuala Lumpur 20 hearing) Ministry of Health, pointed out that Kedah civil service Padang was December Dushun Guo camp suspected mass infection occurs A (H1N1) flu cases as of May 19, 416 campers, a total of 61 people (20 men 41 women) with suspected flu symptoms appear, there are four confirmed cases.

      Deputy Director of the Ministry of Health issued a statement today Datuk Lohman noted that all sick campers have been isolated, and flu symptoms are mild and stable campers, no hospitalization. He revealed that, according to the observation that many patients have fever, but is still in quarantine for observation. In addition, Lohman noted that the current World Health Organization and other countries is no longer supervise the H1N1 virus infection, but also do not have to repeatedly WHO report.

      http://www.orientaldaily.com.my/inde...1:4&Itemid=114
      "Safety and security don't just happen, they are the result of collective consensus and public investment. We owe our children, the most vulnerable citizens in our society, a life free of violence and fear."
      -Nelson Mandela

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