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  • China - Guangdong province announces 2 more H7N9 cases - January 27, 2015

    Shenzhen, Meizhou City were reported one case of H7N9 cases

    2015-01-27 16:56:26 Ministry of Health and Family Planning | Views ( 57 ) | text background color:

    Health and Family Planning Commission of Guangdong Province January 27 briefing, Shenzhen, Meizhou City were reported one case of H7N9 cases.
    Case 1 Lumou, female, 75 years old, have a history of hypertension, currently residing in Longhua District. January 26 diagnosed cases of H7N9, the current patient in critical condition, in Shenzhen hospitals admitted to hospital.
    Case 2 Liu, female, 62 years old, have a history of hypertension, now living Meijiang District, January 26 diagnosed cases of H7N9, the current patient in critical condition, in Meizhou City, admitted to inpatient hospitals.

    http://www.gdwst.gov.cn/a/yiqingxx/2015012712876.html





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    Guangdong six consecutive days of new cases of H7N9 cases to 26 cases of the province

    http://news.sina.com 2015年01月27日08:59 Phoenix

    China news agency, Guangzhou, January 27 (Reporter Tang Guijiang) - Of Health and Family Planning Commission of Guangdong Province on the 27th briefing, Shenzhen, Meizhou City, one case of H7N9 cases were reported, which is the province's first six days of continuous notification of new cases of H7N9, currently in Guangdong epidemic has resulted in 26 people confirmed infected with H7N9.

    Shenzhen today notified new cases of elderly woman surnamed Lu, a 75-year-old, had a history of hypertension and address of Longhua District. January 26 was diagnosed with H7N9 cases, the patient is currently in critical condition, in Shenzhen hospitals admitted in hospital.

    Meizhou new case is a 62-year-old woman surnamed Liu, a history of hypertension, address for Meijiang District, January 26 was diagnosed with H7N9 cases, the patient is currently in critical condition, in Meizhou City, admitted to hospitals hospitalized.

    Planning Commission informed the Guangdong health data show that since November 2014, Guangdong has reported 26 cases of H7N9 cases, including eight cases in Shenzhen top row; January reported cases showing increasing trend since January 22, more There are six days in a row of new cases reported. (End)

    http://dailynews.sina.com/gb/chn/chn...596417310.html
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      Thursday, January 01, 2015 29

      Longhua new one cases of H7N9 cases

      The city has been infected with H7N9 virus 8

      Lu Wei deep two letter letter

      Shenzhen Special Zone Daily News (trainee reporter Lu Wei letter two letters correspondent deep)

      Reporters learned yesterday from the Municipal Health Planning Commission, an elderly woman Longhua District on the 25th confirmed H7N9 virus infection, and now the city's hospitals treated in isolation. Since the beginning of winter, the city has eight cases of human infection with the H7N9 cases.

      Lumou 75-year-old patient, who lives in Longhua District, previous history of hypertension for 10 years. January 17 the disease, on the 23rd to the city People's Hospital for treatment Longhua Branch, the 25th CDC detected swab samples for H7N9 virus nucleic acid positive. According to reports, Lumou near their homes have been selling live poultry farmers market to buy food.

      It is understood that eight cases reported in the city, four cases of Longhua District, Bao'an District, Luohu, Futian, Longgang District 1 case. As of now, there are six people in the designated hospital treatment, discharged two people.

      Experts remind that the winter season is the high incidence of H7N9 virus, the retail market is exposed to live poultry infected with H7N9 influenza risk factors. People come back from the live animal markets must wash their hands, such as fever, cough, sore throat, general malaise and other respiratory symptoms should seek immediate medical attention.

      http://sztqb.sznews.com/html/2015-01...nt_3136953.htm
      "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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