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    Health" required mandatory leave pilgrims 8 days Sunday, November 29th, 2009 - 15:30

    D. Amr Kandil and Undersecretary for Preventive Affairs
    Abdul Salam wrote Princess

    The Ministry of Health state of maximum alert in preparation for receiving the first batches of pilgrims returning from the Holy Land in Saudi Arabia through trips "pilgrimage tourism" to the Cairo International Airport, also imposed a set of stringent precautionary measures over 33 outlet air, sea and land to deal with any cases of bird chains appear among the pilgrims .

    Subject teams from the Ministry of Health pilgrims returning to detect a comprehensive medical and measuring temperature after having heard the health certificate and a certificate of pilgrims receiving the vaccine against swine flu, that is displayed on the pilgrims who have lost their testimonies on quarantine in the case of high fever of 37 Celsius.

    For his part, affirmed. Amr Kandil, Undersecretary for Preventive Affairs, as saying that "health" would impose a series of tough measures on returning from the hajj to control the situation, with health supervisor for all the pilgrims in all hospitals nationwide for 7 days beginning with the return of Hajj Holy Land to commit the Hajj to 8 days forced leave from work to ensure that the expiry of the incubation period of swine flu virus at home.

    D been expecting. Hassan Bushra, WHO adviser for emerging diseases, not to increase rates of influenza infection under the influence of pilgrims return to their country of reference for any rise in the incidence of the virus to enter a new era of global deployment phases.

    And Talib Hassan Bushra Governments need to implement preventive measures that will control the return of pilgrims, especially after they discovered the World Health Organization's commitment to only 10% of the total number of pilgrims "3 million" procedures recommended by the Organization with regard to the age of travel and freedom from chronic diseases and had received vaccination against disease.

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    Re: Egypt,Health" required mandatory leave for Hajj Pilgrims 8 days

    "Health": falsifying certificates of pilgrims and Ward
    Monday, November 30, 2009 - 08:45

    D. Abdel-Rahman Shahin, official spokesman of the Ministry of Health
    Abdul Salam wrote Princess

    Flag of the seventh day from private sources within the Ministry of Health, that the reason behind the tightening of the medical examination on the pilgrims after their return from the Holy Land due to the falsification of a group of medical certificates and cards get the vaccine, which sent a state of confusion within the ministry and make it change its policy in dealing with pilgrims, especially with regard to quarantine, which the Minister of Health in case of cancellation of access to the vaccine, but that the actions of the Ministry of Health to be levied on pilgrims returning from the Holy Land confirmed the possibility of quarantine in the event of high temperatures or loss of card vaccination.
    For his part, affirmed. Abdel-Rahman Shahin, official spokesman of the Ministry of Health, the forgery of certificates of health and Rad, noting that the leadership in any micro-system, not the health system just can not control, stressing that the ministry has tightened sanctions and penalties for anyone found to be involved in complacency, especially with regard to swine flu, adding that the ministry has already seized more than a false medical certificate was taken with the necessary action.

    This comes in conjunction with the World Health Organization confirmed that a small portion did not exceed 10% of the total number of pilgrims this year, which exceeded the 3 million pilgrims committed themselves to action by the WHO, an age defined by the Organization from 25 years to 65 years, in addition to commitment to vaccination against swine influenza virus, and requiring that the pilgrims from chronic diseases.


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      Re: Egypt,Health" required mandatory leave for Hajj Pilgrims 8 days

      Appeals to the pilgrims to stay clean their homes a week
      Tuesday, December 1st, 2009 - 16:41

      D. Ahmed Nazif, Prime Minister

      D appealed. Ahmed Nazif, Prime Minister of pilgrims returning after a pilgrimage to abide by the non-mixing, and remain in their homes and not going to work for a full week after return, and to obtain leave from their work, with the attempt to limit the visits as much as possible during this period to ensure that the Non-Proliferation any potential diseases can be brought by pilgrims who mingled with thousands of different nationalities during the pilgrimage season.

      This came during a meeting held by Dr. Ahmed Nazif, his Smart Village office on Tuesday with Dr. Hatem mountain and the Minister of Health, reviewed the two reports, one on the pilgrimage season and the health of the pilgrims in the light of reports received by the Minister of Health from the representative of the Ministry of Health in the official mission of the Hajj.

      Nazif emphasized during the meeting the need of strengthening measures for the prevention of swine influenza, especially in schools, including careful personal hygiene and reduce rates of mixing between the students and the application of preventive measures announced by the Ministry of Health in this regard, in anticipation of the cold wave that can be accompanied by activity of the virus cause of the disease.

      , Said Dr.. Magdi Radi, spokesman for the Council of Ministers that the reports offered by the Minister of Health during the meeting indicated that the number of deaths among Egyptian pilgrims this season at least 50% of maternal mortality during the previous seasons.

      According to the reports that the general health situation of pilgrims reassuring, as the monitoring of all cases of seasonal influenza and to deal with by the Egyptian medical mission, and that most sufferers have recovered, because they are common diseases in the seasons of pilgrimage. According to the reports had not been any cases of swine flu among pilgrims Egyptians.

      The spokesman said that Nazif also reviewed a report from the Minister of Health about the swine flu in the light of the increasing number of deaths last week, where he added. Hatem the Minister of Health to increase in the number of patients were expected with the onset of winter.

      The number of deaths is still within the normal rate in the world, with the expectation of increased morbidity with the onset of winter, and also affirmed that the Ministry of Health to take appropriate precautionary measures in anticipation of increased infection rates.


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        Re: Egypt,Health" required mandatory leave for Hajj Pilgrims 8 days

        Granting returning from the hajj 8 days compulsory leave the lake
        Tuesday, December 8th, 2009 - 08:53

        Major General Mohammed Sharawi, Governor of the lake
        Lake Mohammed Ebiary

        Major General Mohammed Sharawi decided - the Governor of the lake - to give all workers employed by governmental agencies returning from the Hajj, mandatory paid leave for 8 days of arrival, before returning to work with the medical examination in case of a suspicion or any symptoms of swine flu.

        He also stressed that no negligence in following up the implementation of all decisions and actions that have been taken to address the avian flu, swine flu, especially with regard to closure of all poultry farms within the residential blocks in the cities of the governorate and cut off electricity and water them, given the gravity of large public health while allowing for farms that want to change of activity for any other activity not inconsistent with the requirements of environmental assessments.

        This came during the presidency of the Meeting of Sharawi the Supreme Committee for Avian Influenza and the presence of heads of local units and directors of directorates of health and veterinary medicine, agriculture, education, education, environment, security and social solidarity.

        Sharawi and decided to ban the transfer of poultry and live birds within the province and neighboring provinces with the intensification of traffic controls at all entry points and ways of preserving and not be lax in the collection of fines imposed and identified two thousand pounds on each farm sells its production without a medical examination and disclosure by, 500 pounds on each vehicle carrying birds live without access to a statement from the veterinary medicine and 300 pounds on each place that sells live birds and the work of finding active within the villages and rural areas to continue education at home.

        He also stressed the need for hospitals Sharawi notification of cases of suspicion on which you receive and deal with very seriously by medical groups that have been trained to deal with such situations and ensure the discharge of each hospital at the county level to 200 mailbox and 20 bottles of Tamiflu, in addition to 3 thousand holder with the work report of the quantities that have been saved, the inventory of real estate and health units mandated to maintain traffic centers on the role of incubators for social solidarity, and disclosure to children, and monitoring of all suspected cases and the closure of any nursery is not available with the prescribed requirements.