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Egypt - Media report: Behiera MoH announces woman, 35, bird flu H5N1 death - January 23, 2015

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  • Egypt - Media report: Behiera MoH announces woman, 35, bird flu H5N1 death - January 23, 2015

    Bird flu kills housewife

    Friday 23 / January / 2015 - 11:38

    lake - Mohammed Allam
    Announced Health lake Directorate, for the death of Sabria "n p" 35 years old, a housewife, a resident Alamierih village of Damanhur Center, after being infected with bird flu.
    , where she was detained Hospital chest Damanhour Day 18 of the current month ago, was taking a sample of the deceased were sent to labs central Cairo, which announced positive sample.
    committee was formed consisting of Preventive Medicine and Veterinary and Environmental Affairs; to examine the home of the deceased and in contact with her ​​and the surrounding environment of the house, showing a coop poultry inside the house, were all members of the family immunization, and neighbor poultry existing checking the farm and take samples for analysis to the extent infection of birds infected with bird flu or not

    أعلنت مديرية الصحة بالبحيرة، عن وفاة صبرية "ن ع" 35 سنة، ربة منزل، مقيمة بقرية العميرية بمركز دمنهور، إثر إصابتها بمرض أنفلونزا الطيور.

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    Seventh Egyptian Dies of Bird Flu - Health Ministry

    23 Jan 2015 | Egypt | Source : AllAfrica News: Egypt

    Cairo ? A five-year-old child died on Thursday of H5N1 bird flu in Assiut, the health ministry said on Thursday, bringing the total deaths to seven so far this year.
    The ministry announced the death of a 36-year-old woman on Wednesday, the sixth person to die of the illness since the beginning of 2015.
    Infection is usually centred in rural areas, where citizens, especially women, frequently come in direct contact with live poultry.
    The World Health Organisation warned that there is a risk of human infection when the virus is circulating in poultry, especially to those in infected environments.