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  • China - Anhui 2 new human infections with H7N9 avian flu - February 24, 2015

    Health Department said, According to the Mainland health authorities the latest notices, Anhui new 2 case where people are infected with H N 7 9 cases of avian flu. According to the allegations, the first patients for A 48-year-old man, is now living in Ma On Shan city rain mountain; the first 2 patients for 75 years old male living in Wuhu City Development Zone. Two patients are at 2, 23, confirmed to have been infected with the disease risk, has been admitted to hospital, before onset live poultry contact history. Since 2013, the national total of confirmed at least 602 case where people are infected with H N 7 9 avian flu cases, of which at least 211 deaths. October 1, 2014 since local infections of the region, including: Beijing, Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, Zhejiang, Jiangsu, Shanghai, Guangdong, Fujian, and Jiangxi. In addition, Canada also recorded a 2 input, people are infected H N 7 9 avian flu cases.


    Although the current Macau is not a person infected with a case. However, in order to let the health of the public be given maximum protection, the SAR Government has activated the emergency response mechanism, a series of measures. health will be sustained and the country and neighboring areas of the health sector, the World Health Organization (WHO) maintains close contact with the world and Macau's epidemic, And through the cross-sector and public-private sector cooperation, and to neighboring regions or Macau once a bird flu epidemic do prevention and preparedness. According to the current situation. Health it is expected that in the future a time mainland China will have more people are infected with a Type 7 H N 9 avian flu cases, we do not exclude Macau cases occur. Health has requested all medical institutions and medical personnel closely monitor, and if there is a suspected case, should be made in a timely manner or a referral; at the same time also to the public made the following appeal:


    http://www.gcs.gov.mo/showCNNews.php...86385&Member=0

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    Report of two cases of H7N9 cases in Anhui

    Published: 2015-02-24 Source: The Read 195 times
    Anhui Provincial Health and Family Planning Commission on February 24 briefing, Anhui Province reported two cases of H7N9 cases.
    Case 1: The patient Lee, M, 48 years old, now living Ma'anshan mountains, history of contact with live poultry before the onset. February 23 was diagnosed with H7N9 cases, patients are in critical condition at a hospital in Nanjing treatment.
    Case 2: a song of patients, male, 75 years old, now living in Wuhu City Development Zone, live poultry before the onset of exposure history, 23, was diagnosed with H7N9 cases, patients are in critical condition at a hospital in Wuhu City for treatment.

    http://www.ahwst.gov.cn/chn200909261...leId=158740023


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      CHP closely monitors three additional human cases of avian influenza A(H7N9) in Mainland
      ************************************************** ********* The Centre for Health Protection (CHP) of the Department of Health (DH) is today (February 25) closely monitoring three additional human cases of avian influenza A(H7N9) in the Mainland, and again urged the public to maintain strict personal, food and environmental hygiene both locally and during travel.

      According to the notification of the Health and Family Planning Commission (HFPC) of Guangdong Province, the male patient aged 59 in Zhaoqing was hospitalised for management in critical condition.

      In addition, according to the HFPC of Anhui Province, the two male patients aged 48 and 75 with poultry exposure before onset were hospitalised for management. Both were in critical condition.


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      http://www.info.gov.hk/gia/general/2...1502250381.htm

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