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  • gsgs
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    Re: Bulgaria Chief Epidemiologist Predicts Second Swine Flu Wave

    yes, but reproducing = confirming (somehow)

    I suggest that we make our own headlines

    Journalist-headlines are not good

    the healine decides whether I open the thread or not

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  • Ronan Kelly
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    Re: Bulgaria Chief Epidemiologist Predicts Second Swine Flu Wave

    Originally posted by gsgs View Post
    RoRo:
    > Bulgaria Chief Epidemiologist Predicts Second Swine Flu Wave
    Just reproducing the headline of the article gs, not my headline, however.

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  • gsgs
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    Re: Bulgaria Chief Epidemiologist Predicts Second Swine Flu Wave

    Kunchev:
    > “it is quite possible that a second wave of the virus will strike soon.”

    Journalist:
    > Kunchev, has stated that a second wave of the A(H1N1) virus is
    > likely to hit the country as the weather warms up in the Spring

    RoRo:
    > Bulgaria Chief Epidemiologist Predicts Second Swine Flu Wave

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  • Ronan Kelly
    started a topic Bulgaria Chief Epidemiologist Predicts Second Swine Flu Wave

    Bulgaria Chief Epidemiologist Predicts Second Swine Flu Wave

    Bulgaria Chief Epidemiologist Predicts Second Swine Flu Wave
    Society | February 4, 2010, Thursday



    Kunchev said that the recent cold weather has kept the swine flu virus in check but he added that “it is quite possible that a second wave of the virus will strike soon.” Photo by BGNES Bulgaria’s chief epidemiologist, Dr. Angel Kunchev, has stated that a second wave of the A(H1N1) virus is likely to hit the country as the weather warms up in the Spring.

    Kunchev said that the recent cold weather has kept the swine flu virus in check but he added that “it is quite possible that a second wave of the virus will strike soon.”

    Kunchev continued that he could not accurately predict when the second wave will occur or how serious it will be, BTA reported. He also said that it would most likely circulate alongside seasonal influenza viruses.

    He concluded that people who suspect that they are ill should seek timely medical assistance and should remain at home rather than going out into crowded places.

    At the end of 2009 Bulgaria saw a swine flu epidemic that killed 18 people over a 2-3 month period.
    http://www.novinite.com/view_news.php?id=112793
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