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  • Indonesia - Two More Human Bird Flu Cases Confirmed - One death H5N1

    Bekasi is a suburb, east of Jakarta

    Google translation

    One More Bird Flu Death in Bekasi

    Tuesday, February 9, 2010 |
    lu
    JAKARTA, KOMPAS.com-For those of you who are in backyard poultry environment,
    was cautious. The reason, cases of bird flu or H5N1 is still happening in Indonesia.
    NL (25), resident of Bekasi, West Java, died on January 25, 2010 due to
    H5N1 virus.


    "The results of laboratory revealed positive for H5N1," said Head of Public Communication Center
    Department of Health, Drg. Tritarayati, in a press release received Kompas.com,
    Tuesday (9/2/2010).

    Titarayati explained, NL possibility of infection due to direct contact with the
    poultry. Besides NL, found a child with the initials AD (3) citizens of Jakarta
    with complaints influenza like illness (ILI) light.

    "" Laboratory results showed the H5N1 positive. Concerned has recovered
    situation and no longer ILI symptoms, "said Tritarayati.

    http://megapolitan.kompas.com/read/2...ena.Flu.Burung


    Toggletext translation

    Another Bekasi Resident was killed because of Bird Flu

    Tuesday, February 9 2010 |

    Jakarta, KOMPAS.com- For those that was in the maintenance environment of the poultry, be careful. His article, the case of bird flu or H5N1 still happened in Indonesia. NL (25), the Bekasi resident, West Java, died on January 25 2010 resulting from the virus H5N1.

    "Results" of the "laboratory confirmed postive H5N1, the" central" headword of Publik Departemen Communication of the Health, Drg. Tritarayati, in the press release that was accepted by Kompas.com, on Tuesday (9/2/2010). Titarayati explained, NL the possibility infected resulting from direct contact with the poultry.

    Apart from NL, was found by a child with AD initials (3) the Jakarta resident with the influenza complaint like illness (ILI) light. "Results" of the "laboratory showed positive H5N1." That was relevant recovered his situation and did not have the ILI sign again, said Tritarayati.



    Satu Lagi Warga Bekasi Tewas karena Flu Burung

    Selasa, 9 Februari 2010 | 20:10 WIB

    JAKARTA, KOMPAS.com- Bagi Anda yang berada dalam lingkungan pemeliharaan unggas, berhati-hati lah. Pasalnya, kasus flu burung atau H5N1 masih terjadi di Indonesia. NL (25), warga Bekasi, Jawa Barat, meninggal dunia pada 25 Januari 2010 akibat virus H5N1.

    "Hasil laboratorium dinyatakan postifi H5N1
    ," kata Kepala Pusat Komunikasi Publik Departemen Kesehatan, Drg. Tritarayati, dalam siaran pers yang diterima Kompas.com, Selasa (9/2/2010).

    Titarayati menjelaskan, NL kemungkinan tertular akibat kontak langsung dengan unggas.

    Selain NL, ditemukan seorang anak dengan inisial AD (3) warga Jakarta dengan keluhan influensa like illness (ILI) ringan.
    ""Hasil laboratorium menunjukkan positif H5N1.
    Yang bersangkutan telah pulih keadaannya dan tidak ada gejala ILI lagi," kata Tritarayati.
    “Addressing chronic disease is an issue of human rights – that must be our call to arms"
    Richard Horton, Editor-in-Chief The Lancet

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  • #2
    Re: Indonesia - Two More Human Bird Flu Cases in Bekasi - One death H5N1

    Jakarta and Bekasi ::: Bird flu victims

    February 10, 2010

    Jakarta – Two bird flu victims had been tested H5N1 positive. A residents of Bekasi, West Java province, named NL, 25 years old, tested positive bird flu H5N1 infection. NL had died on 25 January 2010. Laboratory test showed positive H5N1 infection, said Tritarayati, the Head of Public Communication Center Ministry of Health. Victim was possibly infected from direct contact with birds.

    Another victim, AD, 3 years old, a resident of Jakarta, was reported to show mild influenza like illness signs. “Laboratory test showed positive H5N1 infection. Patient has been recovered and not showing any of ILI signs,” said Tritarayati.

    Source: Indonesia national newspaper, Kompas.

    http://megapolitan.kompas.com/read/2...2924/Satu.Lagi



    posted by Ida @ http://birdflucorner.wordpress.com/
    “Addressing chronic disease is an issue of human rights – that must be our call to arms"
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    • #3
      Re: Indonesia - Two More Human Bird Flu Cases Confirmed - One death H5N1

      source: http://www.bipnewsroom.info/index.ph...k=loadnews.php

      The source "Kominfo Newsroom" , the website of the Ministry of Communication and Informatika.

      This can be seen as an official confirmation from the Indonesian Government.



      google translation:

      A BEKASI CITIZEN DIED FROM BIRD FLU

      Jakarta, 10/2/2010 (Kominfo-Newsroom) - Ministry of Health of Indonesia reported, in the month
      January 2010 there was one case of H5N1 (bird flu), ie a woman aged initials NL
      Residents 25 years old Bekasi, West Java, who died on January 25, 2010.

      "The results of relevant laboratory stated positive of H5N1. Possible factors
      risk is contact with poultry, "said Director General of Disease Control &
      Environment, Kemkes RI, Tjandra Yoga, in his statement in Jakarta, Wednesday (10 / 2).
      In addition, he said, in the routine surveillance activities of influenza like illness (ILI), is found
      a boy aged three years and two months initials AD, citizens of Jakarta, with complaints
      ILI light.
      Laboratory results showed the H5N1 positive person. Nevertheless,
      he said, concerned has recovered and his health condition improved, and there is no
      ILI symptoms again. (T.Jul / ysoel)

      Original:

      SEORANG WARGA BEKASI PENDERITA FLU BURUNG MENINGGAL DUNIA

      Jakarta, 10/2/2010 (Kominfo-Newsroom) - Kementerian Kesehatan RI melaporkan, dalam bulan Januari 2010 terdapat satu kasus H5N1(flu burung), yakni seorang perempuan berinisial NL berusia 25 tahun warga Bekasi, Jawa Barat, yang meninggal dunia tanggal 25 Januari 2010.

      “Hasil laboratorium menyatakan yang bersangkutan positif H5N1. Kemungkinan faktor resikonya adalah kontak dengan unggas,” kata Dirjen Pengendalian Penyakit dan Penyehatan Lingkungan, Kemkes RI, Tjandra Yoga, dalam keterangannya di Jakarta, Rabu (10/2).
      Selain itu, katanya, dalam kegiatan surveilans rutin influenza like illness (ILI), ditemukan seorang anak laki-laki berusia tiga tahun dua bulan berinisial AD, warga Jakarta, dengan keluhan ILI ringan.
      Hasil laboratorium menunjukkan yang bersangkutan positif H5N1. Meski demikian, katanya, yang bersangkutan telah pulih dan keadaan kesehatannya membaik, serta tidak ada gejala ILI lagi. (T.Jul/ysoel)
      “Addressing chronic disease is an issue of human rights – that must be our call to arms"
      Richard Horton, Editor-in-Chief The Lancet

      ~~~~ Twitter:@GertvanderHoek ~~~ GertvanderHoek@gmail.com ~~~

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      • #4
        Re: Indonesia - Two More Human Bird Flu Cases Confirmed - One death H5N1

        First Bird Flu Victim in 2010 from Jakarta

        Wednesday, February 10, 2010 | 18:25 pm

        TEMPO Interactive, Jakarta - The Ministry of Health reported that during the month of January 2010 occurred one death from bird flu.

        "Initials NL, 25 years old, female citizens of Jakarta. The results of the laboratory tested positive for H5N1," the Director General of Disease Control and Environmental Health Ministry of Health Tjandra Yoga Aditama received in this release, Wednesday (10 / 2).

        Total deaths from bird flu in Indonesia until the end of 2009 reached 134 cases of 161 positive cases. The patient died in Jakarta that, said Tjandra, possible risk factors derived from contact with poultry.

        Ministry, Tjandra added, also found one positive case of bird flu in routine influenza surveillance activities like Illness (ILI).

        "A boy (AD, 3 years) laboratory results showed the H5N1 positive," he added. But, now the boy had not shown symptoms of influenza like illness.http://www.tempointeraktif.com/hg/po...224955,id.html
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        • #5
          Bekasi woman died of bird flu

          Source: http://www.detiknews.com/read/2010/0...muda-di-bekasi

          Kamis, 11/02/2010 10:03 WIB
          Flu Burung Renggut Nyawa Wanita Muda di Bekasi

          Google translation:

          Thursday, 11/02/2010 10:03 WIB
          Bird Flu Young Women's Lives snatched in Bekasi
          Indra Subagja - detikNews

          Jakarta - Long time no hear, bird flu victim ate again. In early 2010, a 25-year-old woman died of a malignant virus.

          "Initials NL. He contracted the disease from poultry is also positive bird flu," said Director General of Disease Control and Environmental Health Tjandra Yoga Aditama the AFP, Thursday (11/2/2010).

          NL died in January 2010. This Bekasi residents already receiving treatment, but the medical team could not save his life.

          "We have people who check into contact with him and the environment at home, everything is clear," added Yoga.

          Handling of any NL like bird flu victim. In addition Tjandra warned people to stay vigilant against the dangers of bird flu virus.

          (ndr / NRL)

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