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    Re: Preparation & Response on Java

    Bird Flu drill in Depok, West Java

    10 Personel Brimob Kelapa Two Contaminated With Bird Flu

    Selasa, 30 Desember 2008 - 11:51 wib

    Depok - the Illness avian influenza or bird flu could attack anyone. At least 10 unit members of Brimob Kelapa Dua Depok, West Java, were sentenced positive suffered bird flu, after being known was gotten by the chicken that died suddenly behind their residence.

    The ten Republic of Indonesia State Police personnel were then run off with to the Bhayangkara Hospital, Markas Brimob Kelapa Dua, Depok, by using the serious ambulance the handling emergency of the disaster and infectious diseases from the Ministry of the Co-ordinator Welfare of the People. The chicken that was found died then dibakar,� et cetera was buried.

    This scene was encompassed in the simulation of the handling of bird flu that was spread out by the Kedukteran Centre and the Republic of Indonesia State Police Health, of Markas Brimob Kelapa Dua Depok, on Tuesday (30/12/2008).

    This simulation co-operated Officially Kesehatan, Dinas Pertanian Kota Depok, the joint personnel of the Republic of Indonesia State Police Headquarters, Komnas Pengendalian of Bird Flu, and Preparedness from Kementertian Kesra.

    This simulation was spread out in the Merah Birmob Kelapa Dua Field. The ten patients who underwent the high fever acting then had finally been isolated in the Bhayangkara Hospital.

    The section head the Health of the Animal and Veteriner Dinas Pertanian Kota Depok Dedi Sujadi said, this was done to interrupt the spread link of bird flu.

    This simulation as the form penangan turbulance against avian influenza, he said. This matter was strengthened by the statement of one of the staffs Komnas Pengendalian of Bird Flu and Kesra Yoga Satria Preparedness. While 2005 had 139 cases, and 113 including dying. In West Java the case of highest flu in Indonesia, he added.
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