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    BANGKOK: H1N1 influenza has claimed 18 lives in Thailand since re-emerging in the country early this year, Thai News Agency (TNA) reported.

    Data from the Ministry of Public Health's Bureau of Epidemiology (BOE) showed a total of 18,290 cases were reported between Jan 1 to March 17 this year, with repeated outbreaks in the northern and southern regions.

    Influenza Foundation (Thailand) president Emeritus Prof Dr Prasert Thongjaroen on Friday said most H1N1 death cases in the country involved patients aged between 25 to 40 years old who sought late treatment.

    Dr Prasert said that unlike in overseas developments, a laboratory follow-up had not detected any mutation of the H1N1 flu strain in Thailand and existing treatment is effective.

    http://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/...s/1044716.html

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    Woman died from flu H1N1

    After the news flow indicates that the patient has flu and died at the border by means of infection, doctors said Sisaket H1N1, this story has made journalists check facts. Among the 20, kantharalak, Sisaket Province sheltering cover. Thai-Cambodian border, the Chapel Hill from monitoring data, infections diseases, influenza H1N1 strains in areas along the Thai-Cambodian border in SI SA KET province recently found that in that area have died from H1N1 infections actually by the audit in the area found that Ms. Chathit square world. 27-year-old had died from the H1N1 flu strain infection actually since last March 29, 2014. Today the relatives get killed dead, came back home to practice charity pray and then 26-year-old Piyaphong prophecy Mr. CHAN's husband died. Revealed that his wife did not have random behaviour risk being infected at all because it does not interfere with poultry. Before the deaths. Have illness as flu and sleeping accommodations are at the hospital, since this past March 27, 2014, but symptoms do not get better. Preliminary detection of infection is still not found, as well as the symptoms. The doctor has been sent for his wife to the hospital in Ubon Ratchathani province, but it was too late because the patient. Get the latest treatment is too slow, public health officials, kantharalak. staffing, knowledge about the flu H1N1 strain infection with relatives who died and people who are traveling together. News report says today in Sisaket Province health afternoon to press about this.

    http://breakingnews.nationchannel.co...76&lang=T&cat=

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      H1N1 kills four

      Published: 23 Apr 2014 at 07.58
      Online news: Health

      UDON THANI - Four people have died as a result of type A H1N1 influenza virus in this northeastern province since January, the provincial public health office said on Tuesday.

      The four deaths were among 35 cases of the virus recorded from Jan 1 to Monday, according to the office.

      The people died in Muang, Ban Phue, Si That and Ban Dung districts, said the office. No details were given.

      Chief provincial health officer Dr Smit Prasannakarn said the incubation period of the virus was between one and five days.

      http://www.bangkokpost.com/news/heal...1n1-kills-four

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        H1N1 flu kills 45 in Thailand this year

        BANGKOK: H1N1 virus has claimed the lives of 45 people in Thailand since early this year, Thai News Agency (TNA) reported.
        Dr. Sopon Mekthon, director-general of the Department of Disease Control at the Ministry of Public Health, said a total of 29,821 cases were reported in 21 provinces across the country from January 5 to April 19 this year.

        The provinces include Chiang Mai, Lamphun, Phitsanulok, Sukhothai, Kamphaeng Phet, Ayutthaya, Pathum Thani, Nakhon Pathom, Chai Nat, Samut Prakan, Chanthaburi and Phetchaburi.

        The highest mortality rate was reported among patients in the 55-64 and 45- 54 age group.

        http://www.nst.com.my/latest/h1n1-fl...speed=noscript

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          50 die of H1N1 this year

          A total of 30,024 people throughout the country have contracted Type A H1N1 influenza virus this year and 50 of them have died, according to public health permanent secretary Narong Sahamethapat.

          Dr Narong said the 30,024 cases of H1N1 were recorded from early this year to April 25 - an increase of 36% over the same period last year - resulting in 50 deaths. There were no deaths from the H1N1 virus last year.

          He said an influenza virus of this type was much stronger than those of other strains and most Thai people have little resistance to it. As a result, a larger number of people have contracted the disease.

          However, the number of people getting sick with H1N1 has decreased from about 2,000 a week to 500.

          Dr Narong said he has instructed all state and private hospitals nationwide to warn people to take precautionary measures and separate H1N1 patients from others.

          http://www.bangkokpost.com/news/heal...h1n1-this-year

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