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  • Re: Egypt Human Suspected/Confirmed Cases April 9, 2009 +

    http://www.who.int/csr/don/2009_04_23a/en/index.html

    Avian influenza - situation in Egypt - update 13

    23 April 2009 -- The Ministry of Health of Egypt has reported a new confirmed human case of avian influenza . The case is a 4 year old male from Akhmim District, Sohag Governorate. His symptoms began on 18 April and he was hospitalized at Sohag Fever Hospital on 18 April where he was started on oseltamivir. He is in a stable condition.

    Infection with H5N1 avian influenza was confirmed by the Egyptian Central Public Health Laboratory on 21 April and subsequently confirmed by the U.S. Naval Medical Research Unit No. 3 (NAMRU-3).

    Investigations into the source of his infection indicate a history of close contact with dead and sick poultry prior to becoming ill.

    Of the 67 cases confirmed to date in Egypt, 23 have been fatal.

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      Egyptian woman dies of bird flu
      Sapa-AFP Published:Apr 23, 2009


      CAIRO, Egypt — A 25-year-old Egyptian woman has died from the H5N1 strain of bird flu, the 25th reported death from the disease since it broke out in the country in 2006, official news agency MENA reported.

      * Second bird flu death in China


      * Thailand issues bird flu warning
      (The 2 *s above were links to other stories.)


      It is the second death in Egypt from bird flu this year.


      The woman, who lived in Cairo, died from respiratory failure caused by the disease, which she is believed to have contracted from close contact with infected poultry, MENA cited health ministry spokesman Abdel Rahman Shahin as saying.


      Shahin announced on Tuesday the death of a six-year-old boy from bird flu.


      Most of the victims in Egypt have been young girls or women, who are generally in charge of looking after poultry in rural areas.


      The World Health Organisation called last month for an investigation into why many of the victims have been young children.


      The organisation estimates that the H5N1 strain of the virus has killed around 250 people since 2003, mainly in Southeast Asia.

      Link: http://www.thetimes.co.za/News/Article.aspx?id=986432

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        Egypt reports 25th death of bird flu


        www.chinaview.cn 2009-04-23 06:09:27

        CAIRO, April 22 (Xinhua) -- A 25 year-old Egyptian woman has died of the H5N1 bird flu virus on Wednesday, bringing the number of such deaths to 25 in the populous country, said the Health Ministry.

        Health Ministry spokesman Abdel-Rahman Shahine said that HadiyaSalah Ragab, who comes from Al-Murg neighborhood in Cairo, was admitted to the hospital earlier this month and treated with the drug Tamiflu but remained in critical condition until she died Wednesday.

        On Tuesday, the ministry said that Ali Mahmoud Ali, who comes from northern Egyptian governorate of Qalyubiya, some 40 km north of Cairo, was admitted to hospital on March 28, and died on Tuesday.

        Meanwhile, another official from the Health Ministry said on Tuesday that another four-year-old boy Ahmed Ramadan Kamal Adean, from Sohag in south of Cairo, contracted the virus, bringing the human cases of the fatal avian influenza to 67.

        Egypt is the most affected country by the deadly avian influenza outside Asia. It reported its first H5N1 virus in dead poultry in February 2006 and the first human case in March of the same year.

        Link: http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/20...t_11238588.htm

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        • Re: Egypt - Confirmed H5N1 in Humans April 15, 2009 +

          (Rueters Article)

          UPDATE 1 - Egyptian woman dies of bird flu - MENA
          Wed Apr 22, 2009 9:45pm BST Egypt's 25th bird flu death

          * Six-year-old's death from bird flu reported on Tuesday

          * A 4-yr-old boy has contracted bird flu
          (Adds details, background)

          CAIRO, April 22 (Reuters) - A 25-year-old Egyptian woman has died of the H5N1 bird flu virus, the 25th human fatality of the disease in Egypt, state news agency MENA said on Wednesday.

          The woman, from Cairo, died of respiratory failure, MENA reported.

          On Tuesday MENA reported a six-year-old boy had died from the disease. Ali Mohamed Ali Somaa from Qalyubia was Egypt's first bird flu fatality of 2009, MENA quoted a health ministry spokesman as saying.

          Somaa had been admitted to hospital in late March.

          Ahmed Ramadan Kamal el-Din, a 4-year-old boy from Sohag province, has contracted bird flu and was in hospital. The boy was being treated with the antiviral drug Tamiflu.

          His infection brought to 67 the number of bird flu cases in humans in the most populous Arab country, which has been hit harder by bird flu than any other country outside Asia.

          Egypt has seen a surge in human cases in recent months, with 16 confirmed since the start of the year, compared to seven cases between Jan. 1 and April 17 last year.

          While the H5N1 avian influenza virus rarely infects people, experts say they fear it could mutate into a form that people could easily pass to one another, sparking a pandemic that could kill millions.

          Most infected Egyptians had come into contact with infected domestic birds in a country where roughly 5 million households depend on domestically raised poultry as a significant source of food and income.

          The World Health Organisation said this month it was concerned some Egyptians may carry the bird flu virus without showing symptoms and this could give the virus more of a chance to mutate to a strain that spreads easily among humans.




          Link: http://uk.reuters.com/article/americasCrisis/idUKLM402988

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            Egyptian woman contracts bird flu as cases mount
            23 Apr 2009 19:42:59 GMT
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            Egyptian woman contracts bird flu as cases mount
            CAIRO, April 23 (Reuters) - An Egyptian woman has contracted the highly pathogenic bird flu virus after coming into contact with infected birds, state news agency MENA said on Thursday, as the virus gathers pace in the most populous Arab country. The case brings to 68 the number of people confirmed to have contracted the H5N1 avian influenza virus in Egypt, harder hit by bird flu than any other country outside of Asia. Egypt has seen a surge of cases in recent weeks, with eight new human infections in April alone -- the same number as in all of 2008. Two have died. Most of the Egyptians infected this year have been young children. While the avian influenza virus rarely infects people, experts say they fear it could mutate into a form that people could easily pass to one another, sparking a pandemic that could kill millions. MENA said the woman, from Tanta in the Nile Delta, fell ill with a high fever on Tuesday and was hospitalised the same day and treated with the anti-viral drug Tamiflu. She was in a stable condition, MENA reported. Since 2003, H5N1 has infected more than 400 people in 15 countries and killed more than 250. It has killed or forced the culling of more than 300 million birds in 61 countries in Asia, the Middle East, Africa and Europe. Some 25 Egyptians have died after contracting the virus. Most of those infected had come into contact with infected domestic birds in a country where roughly 5 million households depend on domestically raised poultry as a significant source of food and income. The World Health Organisation said this month it was concerned some Egyptians may carry the bird flu virus without showing symptoms, and this could give the virus more of a chance to mutate to a strain that spreads easily among humans. Whether such cases exist will be the focus of a planned Egyptian government study, backed by the global health body. (Writing by Cynthia Johnston; Editing by Louise Ireland)

            http://www.alertnet.org/thenews/newsdesk/LI180860.htm

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              Speaker announced the injury of 68 human bird flu in Egypt

              Cairo -23 - 4 (KUNA) - A spokesman of the Ministry of Health and Population of Egypt, Dr. Abdel Rahman Shahin from the No. 68 human infection from bird flu of a woman, aged 34, from West province north of Cairo.

              The spokesman said in a press statement today that the onset of symptoms were infected in the 21 this month and brought to their hospital with a high temperature after exposure to sick and dead birds suspected of having bird flu virus.

              He said that as soon as the suspicion of being infected with the disease were given the drug "Tamiflu" used in such cases, noting that the pathological condition is stable. The total number of deaths from bird flu arrived in 24 cases since the onset of the disease in Egypt in 2006.

              http://tinyurl.com/cwu243

              credits to AndyM
              http://novel-infectious-diseases.blogspot.com/

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                Again a new victim , # 68; conflicting reports, other reports say the woman is in stable condition; this is the only report stating the woman has died. Could be a mistake of the reporter.




                34 year-old Egyptian woman dies of Bird flu

                Health 4/23/2009 10:23:00 PM

                CAIRO, April 23 (KUNA) -- A 34 year-old Egyptian woman died of the H5N1 bird flu virus on Thursday, bringing the number of such deaths to 24 and the total of all cases in the country to 68, Egyptian health ministry spokesman Abdul-Rahman Shaheen said.

                The spokesman said in a statement that symptoms on the woman started on April 21st where she was admitted to hospital after high temperature fever, adding that the woman was handling dead birds in her neighborhood.
                However, she was treated with the drug Tamiflu but remained in critical condition until she died, the spokesman added.

                Egypt is the most affected country by the deadly avian influenza outside Asia.
                It reported its first H5N1 virus in dead poultry in February 2006 and the first human case in March of the same year. (end)

                http://www.kuna.net.kw/NewsAgenciesP...27&Language=en
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                  Source: http://uk.reuters.com/article/health...53K5TG20090423

                  Egyptian woman contracts bird flu as cases mount
                  Thu Apr 23, 2009 8:57pm BST

                  CAIRO (Reuters) - An Egyptian woman has contracted the highly pathogenic bird flu virus after coming into contact with infected birds, state news agency MENA said on Thursday, as the virus gathers pace in the most populous Arab country.

                  The case brings to 68 the number of people confirmed to have contracted the H5N1 avian influenza virus in Egypt, harder hit by bird flu than any other country outside of Asia.


                  Egypt has seen a surge of cases in recent weeks, with eight new human infections in April alone -- the same number as in all of 2008. Two have died. Most of the Egyptians infected this year have been young children. While the avian influenza virus rarely infects people, experts say they fear it could mutate into a form that people could easily pass to one another, sparking a pandemic that could kill millions.

                  MENA said the woman, from Tanta in the Nile Delta, fell ill with a high fever on Tuesday and was hospitalized the same day and treated with the anti-viral drug Tamiflu. She was in a stable condition, MENA reported.


                  Since 2003, H5N1 has infected more than 400 people in 15 countries and killed more than 250. It has killed or forced the culling of more than 300 million birds in 61 countries in Asia, the Middle East, Africa and Europe.

                  Some 25 Egyptians have died after contracting the virus. Most of those infected had come into contact with infected domestic birds in a country where roughly 5 million households depend on domestically raised poultry as a significant source of food and income.

                  The World Health Organization said this month it was concerned some Egyptians may carry the bird flu virus without showing symptoms, and this could give the virus more of a chance to mutate to a strain that spreads easily among humans. Whether such cases exist will be the focus of a planned Egyptian government study, backed by the global health body.

                  (Writing by Cynthia Johnston; Editing by Louise Ireland)

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                    Confirmed cases, Egypt 2009. Week 1 starts Thursday January first, each new week in graph starts on the Thursday of the week.
                    Separate the wheat from the chaff

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                      # 52 - 2 years, female, onset date - January 9, 2009, Kerdasa district in Sixth of October governorate

                      # 53 - 2 years, female, onset date - January 23, 2009, Manofia Governorate, Shebin Elkom District

                      # 54 - 2 years, male, onset date - February 2, 2009, Suez governorate, some 120 km east of Cairo

                      # 55 - 2 years, male, onset date - February 7, 2009, village of Aljaddamy, Minya Governorate.

                      # 56 - 2 years, male, onset date - February 25, 2009, Yousef el seddik district of Fayoum Governorate

                      # 57 - 2 years, male, onset date - March 1, 2009, Ameriya, Alexandria governorate

                      # 58 - 1.5 years, female, onset date - March 6, 2009, village of metropolitan Mnov Menofia Center.

                      # 59 - 38 years, female, onset date - March 14, 2009, village of Al Fatah Almasrp Center Assiut Governorate

                      # 60 - 2.5 years, female, onset date - March 23, 2009, Nagaa' Abou Shouk village, Dandara, Qena governorate.

                      # 61 - 2 years, male, onset date - March 27, 2009, from Kom Hamada District, El Behira governorate

                      # 62 - 2 years, male, onset date - March 31, 2009, from Kom Hamada District, El Behira governorate (cousin of # 61)

                      # 63 - 6 years, male, onset date - March 22, 2009, from Shubra El Khema District, Al Qalyubiyah governorate. Death

                      # 64 - 33 years, female, onset date - April 7, 2009, Kellin district, Kafr el-Sheik province

                      # 65 - 25 years, female, onset date - April 6, 2009, from Al-Marg area, Cairo governorate. Death

                      # 66 - 18 mo., female, onset date - April 15, 2009, Chaabas Amir Kulain Village, Kellin district, Kafr el-Sheik province

                      # 67 - 4 years, male, onset date - April 18, 2009, Akhmem, Sohag governorate.

                      # 68 - 34 years, female, onset date - April 21, 2009, Tanta, West Province governorate. Condition unclear.

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                        CAIRO (Reuters) - The Egyptian Health Ministry said on Thursday that a woman was hit by theNile Delta provinces of bird flu, the disease is the eighth in Egypt this month.

                        The news agency quoted the Middle East, the official spokesman of the ministry as saying that the "new injury to a woman called Wafa Abdel-Hamid Abdel-Jawad, a 34-year-old from the city of Tanta, a province of the West."

                        The spokesman added that "the onset of symptoms were infected on 21 this month .. entered the hospital admitted Tanta on the same day with a high Drjpahararp after exposure to sick and dead birds suspected of having bird flu virus."

                        He reported that Ms. deal with the drug Tamiflu, a stable and satisfactory condition.


                        http://www.masrawy.com/News/MidEast/...9.aspx?ref=rss

                        القاهرة (رويترز) - قالت وزارة الصحة المصرية يوم الخميس ان سيدة باحدى محافظات دلتا النيل أُصيبت بمرض انفلونزا الطيور لتكون ثامن إصابة بالمرض في مصر هذا الشهر.

                        ونقلت وكالة أنباء الشرق الاوسط الرسمية عن متحدث باسم الوزارة قوله ان "الاصابة الجديدة لسيدة تدعى وفاء عبد الحميد عبد الجواد تبلغ من العمر 34 سنة وهي من مدينة طنطا بمحافظة الغربية."

                        وأضاف المتحدث أن "بداية ظهور الأعراض على المصابة كانت يوم 21 من الشهر الجارى.. دخلت على أثرها مستشفى حميات طنطا فى نفس اليوم وهى تعانى من ارتفاع فى درجةالحرارة عقب تعرضها لطيور مريضة ونافقة يشتبه فى اصابتها بمرض أنفلونزا الطيور."

                        وافاد ان السيدة تعالج بعقار التاميفلو وحالتها المرضية مستقرة.

                        وبهذه الاصابة يرتفع عدد الحالات التي تأكد اصابتها بفيروس اتش5 ان1 المسبب لمرض انفلونزا الطيور الى 68 حالة في مصر التي اصبحت أكثر الدول تضررا بهذا المرض خارج آسيا.

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                          CAIRO, April 24 (RIA Novosti) - A 33-year-old woman from the northern Egyptian province of Kafr el-Sheikh died of bird flu on Friday, the country's health ministry said in a statement.

                          The death is the third from bird flu in Egypt this month. The other victims were a 25-year-old woman and a six-year-old boy.

                          Egypt's first recorded bird flu case was in 2006, and since then some 70 people have contracted the disease, with 26 cases proving fatal.

                          Egyptian authorities have said that the country has seen a recent rise in bird flu cases, particularly among children under three. The World Health Organization has called for a study of the cases to see if there is any pattern.

                          In addition, a 23-year-old woman has died of the deadly virus in Vietnam, the fourth case in the southern Asian country this year, the Associated Press said.

                          As of April 23, a total of 420 bird flu cases had been registered worldwide since the virus was first detected in 2003, resulting in 257 deaths, according to the World Health Organization.

                          Although there have been no incidences of human-to-human infection, experts fear that the bird flu virus may mutate into a form that could be easily transmitted from person to person, causing a global pandemic.

                          http://en.rian.ru/world/20090424/121302671.html
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                            # 52 - 2 years, female, onset date - January 9, 2009, Kerdasa district in Sixth of October governorate

                            # 53 - 2 years, female, onset date - January 23, 2009, Manofia Governorate, Shebin Elkom District

                            # 54 - 2 years, male, onset date - February 2, 2009, Suez governorate, some 120 km east of Cairo

                            # 55 - 2 years, male, onset date - February 7, 2009, village of Aljaddamy, Minya Governorate.

                            # 56 - 2 years, male, onset date - February 25, 2009, Yousef el seddik district of Fayoum Governorate

                            # 57 - 2 years, male, onset date - March 1, 2009, Ameriya, Alexandria governorate

                            # 58 - 1.5 years, female, onset date - March 6, 2009, village of metropolitan Mnov Menofia Center.

                            # 59 - 38 years, female, onset date - March 14, 2009, village of Al Fatah Almasrp Center Assiut Governorate

                            # 60 - 2.5 years, female, onset date - March 23, 2009, Nagaa' Abou Shouk village, Dandara, Qena governorate.

                            # 61 - 2 years, male, onset date - March 27, 2009, from Kom Hamada District, El Behira governorate

                            # 62 - 2 years, male, onset date - March 31, 2009, from Kom Hamada District, El Behira governorate (cousin of # 61)

                            # 63 - 6 years, male, onset date - March 22, 2009, from Shubra El Khema District, Al Qalyubiyah governorate. Death

                            # 64 - 33 years, female, onset date - April 7, 2009, Kellin district, Kafr el-Sheik province. Death

                            # 65 - 25 years, female, onset date - April 6, 2009, from Al-Marg area, Cairo governorate. Death

                            # 66 - 18 mo., female, onset date - April 15, 2009, Chaabas Amir Kulain Village, Kellin district, Kafr el-Sheik province

                            # 67 - 4 years, male, onset date - April 18, 2009, Akhmem, Sohag governorate.

                            # 68 - 34 years, female, onset date - April 21, 2009, Tanta, West Province governorate.

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                              contact with birds in the houses the greatest threat to the outbreak of the disease .. ومصر من أقل الدول فى عدد الوفيات بالمرض And Egypt in the least number of deaths the disease

                              كتب طارق أمين ٢٥/ ٤/ ٢٠٠٩

                              Tariq wrote the 4-25-2009

                              أكد الدكتور حاتم الجبلى، وزير الصحة، أن تربية الطيور فى منازل المواطنين هى التحدى الأكبر الذى يواجه جهود مكافحة وحصار مرض أنفلونزا الطيور فى مصر، نظراً لعملية الاختلاط بالطيور المصابة أو النافقة جراء المرض، وأوضح أنه رغم زيادة الوعى بالمرض والتعامل معه، فإن الخطر الحقيقى لتفشى المرض بين البشر هو المخالطة غير السليمة للمواطنين، خصوصاً النساء وأطفالهن.

                              Dr. Hatem el-Gabali, Minister of Health, the breeding birds in the houses of citizens is the greatest challenge facing efforts to combat and the siege of bird flu in Egypt, in view of the process of mixing or dead birds infected by the disease, and pointed out that despite the increase in awareness of the disease and dealing with it, the real danger to the outbreak of the disease among non-human contact is good for citizens, especially women and children.

                              وأشار الوزير إلى أن مصر من أقل الدول فى معدلات الوفيات بمرض أنفلونزا الطيور، مرجعاً ذلك إلى زيادة الوعى الصحى بين المواطنين مما أسهم بصورة كبيرة فى سرعة شفاء الحالات المصابة بالمرض، ودلل الجبلى على قوله بانخفاض نسب حالات الإصابة منذ ظهور المرض فى مصر.

                              The minister pointed out that Egypt is one of the least in the rates of death from bird flu, a reference to the increasing health awareness among the citizens, which contributed significantly to the rapid healing of infected cases, and has shown saying on the mountain, down the incidence rates since the emergence of the disease in Egypt.

                              وقال الوزير فى تصريحات خاصة إن حالات الإصابة فى عام ٢٠٠٦، بلغت ١٨ حالة، منها ١٠ حالات وفاة بنسبة أكثر من ٥٥٪، وفى عام ٢٠٠٧ بلغ عدد الحالات ٢٥ حالة توفى منها تسع حالات بنسبة ٣٦٪، وفى عام ٢٠٠٨ بلغ عدد الحالات المصابة ٨ حالات منها ٤ حالات وفاة، وفى عام ٢٠٠٩ بلغ عدد الحالات المصابة ١٧ منها حالتا وفاة بنسبة ١٦٪، مؤكداً أن مصر تعد بذلك من أقل الدول التى فيها وفيات.

                              He added that the incidence in 2006 reached 18 cases, including 10 cases of death by more than 55%, in 2007 the number of cases, 25 cases died, including nine cases by 36%, in 2008 the number of infected cases, 8 4 cases of deaths, and in 2009 the number of infected cases, including 17 cases of death by 16%, affirming that Egypt is so that the least mortality.

                              كانت وزارة الصحة قد أكدت مساء أمس الأول، الإصابة البشرية رقم ٦٨ بمرض أنفلونزا الطيور، لسيدة تدعى وفاء عبدالحميد عبدالجواد تبلغ من العمر «٣٤ سنة» من مدينة طنطا بمحافظة الغربية، فى حين أعلنت الوزارة الوفاة رقم ٢٥ متأثرة بالمرض.

                              The Ministry of Health had confirmed last evening, I, No. 68 of human infection from bird flu, of a woman called Wafa Hamid Jawad, aged «34 years» from the city of Tanta governorate of the West, while the ministry of death No. 25 affected by the disease.

                              وقال الجبلى إنه على المستوى الدولى حالياً هناك ٤٢٠ حالة إصابة منذ بداية ظهور المرض عام ٢٠٠٦، حتى الآن فى دول العالم، توفى منها ٢٥٧ حالة بنسبة ٦٠٪، وفى مصر بلغ عدد الإصابات حتى الآن ٦٨ حالة منها ٢٥ حالة وفيات منذ بداية ظهور المرض،

                              He said that the mountain at the international level there are currently 420 cases since the onset of the disease in 2006, so far in the countries of the world, 257 of whom had died by the case of 60%, in Egypt the number of casualties so far 68 cases, 25 cases of deaths since the beginning of the emergence of the disease,

                              وأوضح أنه بالنسبة للعام الحالى ٢٠٠٩ شهد العالم ٢٥ حالة إصابة توفى منها سبع حالات، وأن قلة الوفيات تعد ظاهرة على مستوى العالم، وفى مصر بلغ عدد الحالات منذ بداية العام الحالى ١٧ حالة، توفى منها حالتان فقط.

                              He pointed out that for the year 2009 the world has seen 25 cases died, including seven cases, and that is the phenomenon of a few deaths in the world, in Egypt the number of cases since the beginning of this year, 17 cases, only two of them died.

                              وأشار إلى أنه من بين حالات الإصابة عام ٢٠٠٩ الـ١٧ هناك ١٣ حالة بين الأطفال تحت عمر ٦ سنوات، كما بلغ عدد الإصابات بين الأطفال ٣٣ حالة من بين ٦٨ حالة منذ بداية ظهور المرض عام ٢٠٠٦.

                              He pointed out that among the cases in 2009 there was 13 of 17 cases among children under the age of 6 years, as the number of injuries among children 33 out of 68 cases since the onset of the disease in 2006.

                              كانت اللجنة الوزارية العليا لمكافحة مرض أنفلونزا الطيور فى اجتماعها الأخير بمقر مجلس الوزراء برئاسة د.

                              The Higher Ministerial Committee to combat bird flu at its last meeting at the Council of Ministers headed by Dr..

                              أحمد نظيف، قد شددت على عمليات الإبلاغ، عن المزارع المصابة بالمرض وتشديد العقوبات على تلك المزارع فى حالة عدم الالتزام بالإبلاغ وقيام المحافظات بتشديد الإجراءات بالنسبة للتعامل مع التربية المنزلية فى المدن ووضع آليات محددة فى كل محافظة لتطوير التربية المنزلية فى الريف،

                              Ahmed Nazif, has emphasized the reporting processes, on the infected farms and increase the penalties on those farms in the case of non-compliance with reporting and the provinces to tighten the procedures for dealing with home education in the cities and the development of specific mechanisms in each province for the development of domestic education in the countryside,

                              كما قررت اللجنة تشديد الرقابة على النقل الحى للدواجن دون تصريح، والسماح فقط بالنقل الحى المصرح به، نظراً لأن هناك خريطة محددة للنقل الحى من المحافظات القريبة من المجازر،

                              The Committee also decided to tighten control over the transport of live poultry without a permit, and allow only authorized to transport the neighborhood, since there is a specific map of the transfer of the district near the provincial massacres,

                              وتقرر أن يتم ذلك بالتنسيق بين وزارات الداخلية والزراعة والتنمية المحلية وبين النائب العام، وقررت اللجنة توفير الطعوم والأمصال والنظر بسرعة فى إنتاجها محلياً، خاصة أن هناك إمكانيات وكفاءات تستطيع القيام بذلك.

                              This was to be done in coordination between the ministries of interior, agriculture, local development and the Attorney-General, the Committee decided to provide vaccines and serums and consider locally produced rapidly, particularly as there is the potential and skills can do so.

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                                8 new cases of detention on suspicion of bird flu in the West .. ونقل الحالة «٦٨» إلى «صدر العباسية» And the transfer of the «68» to «a Abbasiyah»

                                كتب نبيل أبوشال وعادل ضرة وأيمن أبوزيد ومحمد محمود خليل ومحمد حمدى ومحمد السمكورى وحمدى قاسم وياسر شميس وأحمد على ٢٥/ ٤/ ٢٠٠٩

                                Nabil wrote Obchl, just dug Ayman Mahmoud Abu-Zeid, Mohamed Khalil, Mohamed Hamdi Mohamed Hamdi Asamkory Kassem Yasir Ahmed Shamis, the 4-25-2009

                                أعلن الدكتور عصام عثمان، مدير عام الطب الوقائى، فى مديرية الصحة بالغربية أمس، أنه تم تحويل الحالة رقم ٦٨ المصابة بمرض أنفلونزا الطيور إلى مستشفى صدر العباسية بعد أن أكدت تحاليل المعامل المركزية بوزارة الصحة إيجابية حالتها، وهى لسيدة من مدينة طنطا تدعى وفاء عبدالمجيد عبدالجواد «٣٤ سنة ـ ربة منزل».

                                Dr. Essam Othman, Director General of Preventive Medicine, in a meeting Sunday attended by the Directorate of Health yesterday, it was transferred Case No. 68 infected by bird flu to hospital after a Abbasiyah laboratory tests confirmed that the central Ministry of Health, a positive situation, a woman called from the city of Tanta and fulfillment Abdel-Jawad «34 year housewife».

                                وأجرت مديريتا الصحة والطب البيطرى مسحاً شاملاً لمنطقة كفر السجن التى تقيم بها المريضة، وتم أخذ عينات من زوجها وأولادها الثلاثة وكذلك أخذ عينات من سكان العقار المقيمين فى الطابقين الأول والثانى بالمنزل، كما تم فرض كردون أمنى مشدد وإزالة العشش وإعدام الطيور التى عثر عليها بداخلها فى المدافن الصحية المعدة لذلك.

                                The Directorates of Health and Veterinary Medicine a comprehensive survey of the prison of Kfar valued patient, samples were taken from her husband and three children, as well as sampling of the population living in the real estate first and second floors of the house, as was imposed Kerdoun tight security and the removal of nests and the execution of the birds found in the inside cemeteries for the health to do so.


                                كما احتجزت مستشفيات حميات المحلة وطنطا وكفر الزيات ٨ حالات جديدة للاشتباه بإصابتهم بالمرض، هم محمد الحربى الهنداوى «٤ سنوات» من عزبة الشامى، وآية عبدالمجيد «٤ سنوات» من قرية سندسيس التابعة لمركز المحلة، وهاجر مالك محمد «عامان» شارع البسانية بقسم ثان المحلة، وعادل السيد يوسف صقر «٢٨ سنة» من قرية سماتاى مركز قطور، وعبلة عبدالفتاح الشرقاوى «٥٠ سنة» وهدير محمد محمود «٣٥ سنة» من قرية أبيار مركز كفر الزيات، وماجدة محمود محمود أبوديبة «٣٧ سنة» من قرية سملا مركز قطور، وصباح صديق عبدالوهاب الفيشاوى «٤٠ سنة» عزبة الفار التابعة لقرية أبوجندى مركز قطور.

                                Also detained, hospital admitted Tanta-Mahalla, Kafr Al-Zayat 8 new cases of suspected disease cluster, are Mohammed al-Harbi, Hindawi «4 years» of al-Shami, and any Abdulmajeed «4 years» from the village of Sandsis Center Mahallah, migrated and Malik Mohammad «two», Department of Second Street Albassanip Mahala, Adel Youssef Saqr Mr. «28 years» from the village of Smatay Center Qtor and Abla Abdul الشرقاوى «50 years» and the roar of Mohamed Mahmoud «35 years» from the village of Kafr Al-Zayat Abyaar Center, and Magda Mahmoud Obodibp «37 years» from the village of Simla Qtor Center and Sabah Abdul Wahab friend Fishawi «40 years» Izbat mouse belonging to the village Obojendy Qtor Center.

                                وعثر أهالى قرية شوبر التابعة لمركز طنطا على كميات كبيرة من الطيور النافقة داخل أجولة بلاستيكية، ملقاة فى إحدى الترع المارة بالقرية، وانتقلت على الفور فرق الطب البيطرى والصحة وتم انتشال كميات كبيرة من الأجولة الممتلئة بالطيور النافقة.

                                And found the people of the village Schober of the Center for Tanta large quantities of dead birds in plastic bags, thrown in a canal passing the village, and moved immediately to the veterinary teams and health have been recovered large quantities of sacks full of dead birds.

                                وفى الإسكندرية، شنت مديرية الأمن، أمس الأول، بالتنسيق مع مباحث التموين حملة مكثفة على أسواق المحافظة، أسفرت عن غلق ١٤٩ محلاً وتحرير ٩٤ محضراً وإعدام ١٥٥٠٠ دجاجة، وتحصين حوالى ٥ آلاف دجاجة فى قرى أبيس.

                                In Alexandria, launched the Security Directorate, the day before yesterday, in coordination with the Investigation of Supply intensive campaign to market the province, resulted in the closure of 149 shops and 94 minutes and the liberation of the execution of 15500 chickens and vaccinated about 5 thousands of chickens in the villages of Apis.

                                وفى جنوب سيناء، أصدر المحافظ محمد هانئ متولى تعليمات مشددة لمنع دخول الطيور الحية خوفاً من دخول المرض المحافظة السياحية وضرب السياحة بعد أن أصبح المرض متوطناً فى مصر. In South Sinai, the governor Mohammed Metwally Carefree strict instructions to prevent the entry of live birds from entering, fearing the disease hit the tourism and preservation of tourism after the disease has become endemic in Egypt.

                                وقال خلال الجلسة الأخيرة لمجلس محلى المحافظة أنه تم إعدام ٤٠٠ دجاجة فى منطقة عيون موسى، وتم عمل لجان بمداخل المحافظة لمنع أى طيور قادمة إليها دون تصاريح رسمية. He said during a recent meeting of the Council of a local preservation had been culled 400 chickens in the eyes of Moses, was the work of the committees Bmdakhl the province to prevent any birds arriving without official permits.

                                وفى القليوبية، قال المحافظ المستشار عدلى حسين، إن نسبة ما تم ضبطه من الدواجن الحية فى مصر لا تزيد على ٥٠٪ وهى مثل المخدرات تماماً، مشيراً إلى أن المشكلة تكمن فى الأسواق العشوائية لأنها تستمر ساعتين فقط ولا نستطيع أن نلحق بها، كما أنهم يبيعون طيوراً مصابة من خارج المحافظة ورخيصة، وبالتالى تباع بسرعة.

                                In Qaliubiya, said Adly Hussein, governor's adviser, said that the rate has been adjusted from the live poultry in Egypt do not exceed 50%, such as a drug completely, pointing out that the problem lies in the slums, markets continue to be only two hours and we can not keep, as they sell with infected birds from outside the province and cheap, and consequently sold quickly.

                                وفى قنا، أكد اللواء محمود جوهر، مدير الأمن، أنه تم شن حملة موسعة على الأسواق لضبط الباعة الجائلين للحد من انتشار المرض، موضحاً أن الحملة أسفرت عن إغلاق ٦ محال للطيور الحية، إغلاقاً إدارياً لها عن طريق رئيس الوحدة المحلية وإعدام ١٥٠٠ طائر وإزالة ١١ عشة من أسطح المنازل فى المدينة وضبط ٥ باعة جائلين يبيعون الكتاكيت، كما تم فحص ١٢ منزلاً توجد طيور بها. In Qena, the essence, Mahmoud, director of security, a campaign that was launched on the market expanded to control the street vendors to reduce the spread of the disease, adding that the campaign resulted in the closure of shops for the 6 birds live, whether it through the administrative head of the local unit and the execution of 1500 and the removal of 11 birds straw from the roofs of the houses in the city and seized 5 Jailin vendors selling chickens, and 12 homes were examined there by the birds.

                                وفى البحيرة، أعلن المحافظ محمد شعراوى عن إغلاق ٥٦ محلاً لبيع الدواجن الحية فى مدينة دمنهور، موضحاً أنه جار إغلاق باقى محال بيع الدواجن الحية فى باقى مراكز المحافظة، مؤكداً توفير غاز أول أكسيد الكربون للقضاء على الدواجن المصابة بالمزارع.

                                In the lake, the governor Mohammed Sharawi from the closure of 56 shops selling live poultry in the city of Damanhour, adding that the ongoing closure of the remaining stores that sell live poultry centers in the rest of the province, saying the provision of carbon monoxide for the elimination of infected poultry farms.

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