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  • Re: Mexico - Case Tracking: 211 Dead

    http://www.eluniversal.com.mx/notas/626052.html

    El Universal
    Saturday September 12, 2009
    Avanza regrowth influenza A (H1N1) in the country and in the last 24 hours, the Secretariats of Health and State Education baseline closed campuses in Los Cabos, Baja California Sur, Sonora suspended classes in two schools, to give A total of nine facilities closed so far this week. In two schools of Tamaulipas and Coahuila are investigating an outbreak, while a 12 year old girl killed by the virus in the city of Puebla.
    The director of the Southern General Hospital of Puebla, Aaron Zarain, confirmed the death and said that two patients infected with the same evil are delicate.

    In the institution are served between 15 and 20 people with flu-like pictures, so Zarain admitted the surge of the disease as a result of rainfall and temperature decrease.

    For its part, the head of the Ministry of Health of Puebla, Alfredo Arango Garcia said on Monday confirmed 13 new cases of influenza, giving a total 178 in the state, of which four have died.

    Closed campuses for claims

    Fearing and the demands of parents, four deaths resulting from influenza A (H1N1) in Los Cabos, Baja California Sur, the Health Secretariat (SSA) determined the suspension of classes for preschool, primary and secondary to on 17 September.

    Francisco Cardoza Macias, Secretary of Health in Baja California Sur, said that it was decided to use the following days to conduct an information campaign among the population fit, given that panic caused the death of these four people, them less.

    He said this weekend on 14 and 15 September is also used for cleaning work in schools over the harbor.

    Before the announcement, the leader of the democratic executive committee of section three of the SNTE, Esteban Ojeda, said there is a widespread perception among parents and teachers, the authorities are "not taking responsibility."

    In turn, the Secretary of Education in Sonora, Victor Mario Gami?o Casillas, reported that the human influenza virus has crippled activities in nine school campuses. The municipality of Rocky Point is most affected by this disease, with the temporary suspension of six educational institutions. In the capital, he said, bad been obliged to stop three schools.

    He said the facilities in which cases were confirmed and remain closed from Monday, September 14 will proceed to the resumption of activities.

    In Tamaulipas, the more than 6 thousand schools in basic and higher level where the filters are being put on medical devices, a staff director decided to suspend classes in Reynosa, for the detection of influenza A (H1N1) in four.

    The state secretary of education, Jose Manuel Montelongo Assad, said the report is investigated, because the secondary school principal, 2 in the town of Reynosa, took the decision to suspend classes, though the procedure is to report the situation to the secretaries of Health and Education in Tamaulipas.

    According to reports, the secondary is in the colony Jarachina, Reynosa and the parents of four children infected with the IMSS showed them that they had detected human influenza.

    In Monclova, Coahuila, a Cebetis was closed after four students had symptoms of influenza.

    Redoubled care

    The Ministry of Health in Yucatan adopted new preventive measures in schools and public places to prevent a resurgence of the virus. It was reported that until Friday had 2 thousand 957 cases confirmed with 13 deaths. Also, Secretary of Public Education of Colima, Margarito Espinosa said filters were installed on campuses, although there have been only "isolated cases".

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    • Re: Mexico - Case Tracking: 217 Dead

      Source: http://www.elfinanciero.com.mx/ElFin...cid&sortby=ASC

      SSA reported 217 human deaths from influenza in Mexico
      Flu alert - Tuesday 15 September (15:30 hrs.)

      *
      He recorded 25 thousand 214 cases confirmed in country
      * Chiapas, Yucatan, Mexico City, Jalisco, Veracruz, Tamaulipas and SLP, the most affected entities


      El Financiero en l?nea

      Mexico, September 15 .- The Ministry of Health (SSA) insisted that there should be vigilant and maintain preventive measures against influenza A (H1N1) disease, reported Monday that up to 25 thousand 214 cases confirmed in country of which 217 died.

      In its report, stressed that remain Chiapas, Yucatan, Mexico City, Jalisco, Veracruz, Tamaulipas and San Luis Potosi entities that have the largest number of cases.

      He said that of 217 deaths, 50.7 percent were female and 49.3 percent men and 71.4 percent had between 20 and 54 years old.

      The SSA said that in 87.1 percent of patients who died presented cough, fever in 86.2 percent, 75.6 percent in difficulty breathing; 52.1 percent in malaise and cough in 50.7 percent.

      Regarding the global report, said that there are over 277 thousand 607 cases and three thousand and 202 deaths.

      Given this backdrop, he reiterated his call to remain vigilant and maintain preventive measures such as frequent hand washing and sneezing etiquette.

      He added that influenza is a disease that if treated early is curable, so people are urged to go immediately to the doctor if they have any symptoms. (Con informaci?n de Notimex / MCH)
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      • Re: Mexico - Case Tracking: 217 Dead

        Source: http://www.prensa-latina.cu/index.ph...17822&Itemid=1

        Provides for two thousand deaths from influenza A (H1N1) in Mexico
        Thursday, September 17th, 2009

        September 17, 2009, 14:27 Mexico, Sep 17 (Prensa Latina) Mexico's Health Secretary Jose Angel Cordova, said Tuesday that for the winter season the country could have two thousand deaths due to influenza A (H1N1), and up to five million infections.

        Speaking to the Televisa network said that "since we entered the expected resurgence of the winter season, for which it is planned the start of the vaccination phase, said Cordova.

        The agency in charge said on Tuesday that Mexico had 25 thousand to 214 cases of influenza and 217 deaths.

        According to the ministry, the most affected states are Chiapas, Yucatan, Jalisco and Veracruz, in addition to the Federal District.

        He admitted that there is already a closure of schools, particularly in Sinaloa and San Luis Potosi. We have also seen a spike in the Federal District, Tlaxcala, Durango and Baja California Sur, he said.

        Toward the end of the interview, Cordova said the government intends to accelerate the purchase of vaccines against the virus, which the World Health Organization could infect a third of the overall population.

        In this regard, stressed the importance of washing hands, using facemasks, sneezing properly and not touching your face.

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        • Re: Mexico - Case Tracking: 218 Dead

          Source: http://www.elfinanciero.com.mx/ElFin...cid&sortby=ASC

          SSA Report 26 thousand 556 cases of Influenza A/H1N1 and 218 deaths
          Flu alert - Friday, 18 September (15:10 hrs)

          * 33.9% had metabolic conditions
          * There are confirmed cases in 32 states, mostly concentrated in Chiapas


          El Financiero en l?nea

          Mexico, September 18 .- The Ministry of Health (SSA) reported that as of late Thursday, 26 thousand 556 were confirmed cases of influenza A (H1N1) in the country and 218 deaths, of which 33.9 percent had metabolic conditions and 22.5 percent were smokers.

          He argued that 32 states have confirmed cases, mostly concentrated in Chiapas, 487 infections with three thousand, two thousand Yucatan 979; two thousand Ontario 903; Jalisco thousand 625; Veracruz thousand 343; Tamaulipas thousand 185; and San Luis Potosi thousand 156.

          Of the 218 people dying from this cause, 87.2 percent had cough, fever 86.2 percent, 75.7 percent difficulty breathing, attack, 52.3 percent overall and 50.5 percent expectoration.

          While 50.9 percent were female and 49.1 percent men and 71.6 percent had between 20 and 54 years old, said in its latest report.

          Regarding the rest of the world, said there have been over 607 cases of 277 thousand and three thousand and 205 deaths, but because the World Health Organization (WHO) does not require countries to report individual cases, the number may be less than the actual figure.

          He reiterated the importance of not lower our guard and maintain preventive measures such as frequent hand washing and sneezing etiquette, since influenza is a disease that if treated early is usually curable.

          He therefore appealed to the population, especially to chronically ill, to go immediately to the nearest health unit when they present any symptoms of respiratory illness, to avoid complicating and even cause death. (Con informaci?n de Notimex / JOT)

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          • Re: Mexico - Case Tracking: 222 Dead

            Source: http://www.eluniversal.com.mx/notas/628134.html

            Ssa 27 thousand 660 cases reported and 222 deaths from influenza
            The 32 states have confirmed cases, mostly concentrated in Chiapas, Mexico City, Yucatan, Jalisco, Veracruz, San Luis Potosi and Tamaulipas


            Notimex
            El Universal
            City of Mexico Tuesday, September 22, 2009
            15:42

            The Health Secretariat (SSA) reported that until the evening of Monday 27 thousand 660 were confirmed cases of influenza A (H1N1) in Mexico, of which 222 people died.

            In a statement, said that of the 222 deaths, 87.4% had cough, 86% fever, shortness of breath 75.2%, 52.7% malaise and cough 49.5%.

            The dependence was revealed that just over half (50.5) were women and 49.5 men and 71.6% were between 20 and 54 years old.

            Also stated that the 32 states have confirmed cases, mostly concentrated in Chiapas, Mexico City, Yucatan, Jalisco, Veracruz, San Luis Potosi and Tamaulipas.

            He recalled that in the world are over 296 thousand 471 cases and three thousand and 486 deaths, but because the World Health Organization (WHO) does not require countries to report individual cases, the number may be less than the actual figure.

            The Ssa reiterated the importance of preventive measures such as frequent hand washing and sneezing etiquette, since influenza is a disease that if treated early is curable.

            He therefore appealed to the population, especially to chronically ill, go to the nearest health unit when they present any symptoms of respiratory disease to avoid complications and can even cause death.

            He explained that the new virus A (H1N1) survives between 48 and 72 hours on porous surfaces like hands, door handles, railings, tissues and fabrics, hence the need to wash their hands frequently and disinfect.

            Some common symptoms are temperature higher than 38 degrees, burning and sore throat, cough, headache with abrupt onset and high intensity, joint and muscle pain, runny nose and sometimes diarrhea.

            This morning, the Secretary of Health Jose Angel Cordova Villalobos, said Mexico faces a new wave of influenza A (H1N1) and yet is prepared to meet this threat with prevention and health promotion.

            Among the actions highlighted the medical and hospital care, laboratory diagnosis, vaccination and strategic stockpile of antivirals.

            He gave federal recognition to the staff of the National Institutes of Health and Hospitals of Reference, to support the care of patients with influenza A (H1N1) in the state of Chiapas.

            He noted that the program of preparedness and response to this second wave also integrated communication processes and coordination, research and development.

            Cordova Villalobos said that was improved epidemiological surveillance system and strengthens the states with the equipment for laboratory testing with PCR in real time.

            This, he said, there is sufficiency, independence and agility in the diagnosis and completes the strategic stockpile of antivirals for this disease.

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            • Re: Mexico - Case Tracking: 226 Dead

              Source: http://www.cronica.com.mx/nota.php?id_nota=459454

              226 Suman 29 thousand deaths and 417 infections by influenza A/H1N1
              Notimex | National
              Thursday, 24 Sep., 2009 | Creation Time: 17:14 | Last updated: 17:14

              The Ministry of Health recommended that people remain vigilant in the presence of H1N1 influenza outbreak, which until Wednesday night spread to 29 thousand 417 people in the country, of which 226 died.

              In a statement, the federal agency said that of the 226 people who died from this virus, 86.7 percent had cough, fever 85.4 percent, 74.8 percent difficulty breathing, and 52.2 percent malaise, and 49.1 expectoration percent.

              He explained that 50 percent were female and the other men, and most (71.2 percent) were between 20 and 54 years old.

              In the 32 states most of the confirmed cases are concentrated in Chiapas, Mexico City, Yucatan, Jalisco, San Luis Potosi, Veracruz and Tamaulipas. Because of this, he explained, it is important to remain vigilant and maintain preventive measures such as frequent hand washing and sneezing etiquette.

              Influenza is an illness that if treated early is curable, so people are encouraged, especially to chronically ill, to attend the nearest health unit when they present any symptoms of respiratory illness to avoid complications.

              The influenza virus is transmitted through saliva droplets expelled by sick people talking, coughing, sneezing, sharing eating utensils or food, greet and kiss.

              The organism survives between 48 and 72 hours on porous surfaces like hands, door handles, railings, tissues and fabrics, hence the need to wash their hands frequently and disinfect.

              Some common symptoms of people who become ill because of influenza viruses are temperature higher than 38 degrees, burning and sore throat, cough, headache with abrupt onset and high intensity, joint and muscle pain, runny nose and in some cases diarrhea.

              In the world there are over 296 thousand 471 cases and three thousand and 486 deaths.

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              • Re: Mexico - Case Tracking: 231 Dead

                Source: http://www.google.com/hostednews/epa...50wfUOtY4S54OA

                Increase to 231 the toll from influenza A in Mexico

                By Agencia EFE

                Mexico, Sep 29 (EFE) .- The death toll of the epidemic of influenza A in Mexico rose to 231, five more than in the previous report, while that of infected rose to 31,594, more than in the 2162 preliminary report, reported Today the Ministry of Health.

                Of the 231 people killed, 115 were women and 116 men, and 71.4% were between 20 and 54 years, the ministry said in a statement.

                Although the country's 32 states reported cases of the H1N1 virus most of them are concentrated in Chiapas (south), the Federal District (center), Yucatan (east), Jalisco (West), San Luis Potosi (center), Veracruz ( east) and Nuevo Le?n (north), in that order.

                Worldwide reported 3917 cases and 318,925 deaths, said the Health Ministry, this figure could be higher because the World Health Organization (WHO) and does not require countries to report individual cases.

                The outbreak of influenza A was detected in Mexico in late April this year and the first fifteen days of contingency, the country lived under a health emergency with the suspension of mass concentration, so schools were closed, restaurants and canceled sports activities.

                The Mexican government has encountered in recent days a spike in the spread of influenza A in the Pacific Northwest and admits that in the winter could rise to five million infections, equivalent to more than 4.7% of the population overall.

                The Health Ministry recalled that the virus symptoms are fever greater than 38 degrees, burning and sore throat, cough, headache with abrupt onset and high intensity, joint and muscle pain, runny nose and sometimes abundant Diarrhea.

                The most vulnerable groups include pregnant women, children up to two years and health personnel who are exposed to infected patients.

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                • Re: Mexico - Case Tracking: 236 Dead

                  Source: http://www.google.com/hostednews/epa...dtBa2o-SO36mAw


                  Five more deaths from bird to bring the total to 236 in Mexico

                  By Agencia EFE - 1 hour ago.

                  Mexico, Oct 1 (EFE) .- Five people died in the past two days in Mexico caused by influenza A and are therefore and 236 patients died from this disease, that "if treated early is usually curable," today reported the Health Department.

                  In a statement issued today said that total dependence are 32,950 confirmed cases in the country, 1,354 more than two days ago, which are concentrated in the states of Chiapas, Mexico City, Yucatan, Jalisco, San Luis Potosi, Veracruz and Nuevo Leon.

                  "It is important to remain vigilant and maintain preventive measures such as frequent hand washing and the 'sneeze-label' (cough covering her mouth with arm)," the statement said.

                  Some common symptoms of people who get sick of the H1N1 virus are fever greater "to 38 degrees, burning and sore throat, cough, headache with abrupt onset and high intensity, joint and muscle pain, runny nose and some cases diarrhea.

                  Of the 236 deceased 86.4% presented one cough, fever was 85.6% and 73.3% reported breathing difficulties, detailed dependence.

                  The deaths are now the same for both sexes, but the bulk of the deaths (71.2%) the people were between 20 and 54.

                  "In the world there are over 318,925 cases and 3917 deaths," the Ministry of Health of Mexico.

                  Finally, the agency points out that influenza caused by the AH1N1 "is an illness that if treated early is usually curable, so people are encouraged, especially to chronically ill, to go immediately to the unit nearest health "if you have symptoms.

                  "The influenza virus is transmitted through saliva droplets expelled by sick people talking, coughing, sneezing, sharing eating utensils or food, greet and kiss," the note added.

                  The H1N1 survives between 48 and 72 hours on porous surfaces like hands, door handles, railings, tissues and fabrics, hence the need to wash their hands frequently and disinfect ", concludes the note.

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                  • Re: Mexico - Case Tracking: 245 Dead

                    Source: http://www.elfinanciero.com.mx/ElFin...cid&sortby=ASC

                    SSA confirms 245 deaths from influenza
                    Flu alert - Tuesday, 6 October (17:05 hrs.)

                    * More than 35 thousand 838 people infected
                    * The states with the outbreak are more Distrito Federal, Chiapas, Yucatan, Jalisco, San Luis Potosi, Nuevo Leon and Veracruz


                    El Financiero en l?nea

                    Mexico, October 6 .- The Ministry of Health (SSA) 35 thousand 838 confirmed cases of influenza A (H1N1) in Mexico, of which 245 people died, until Monday night. In a statement, noted that of 245 deaths, 86.9 percent had cough, fever 85.7 percent, 71 percent difficulty breathing; 52.2 percent malaise, and 46.9 percent expectoration.

                    He noted that 50.2 percent were female and the rest are male, and 69.8 percent had between 20 and 54, and in the 32 states will have new confirmed cases.

                    Most of the infections are concentrated in Mexico City, Chiapas, Yucatan, Jalisco, San Luis Potosi, Nuevo Leon and Veracruz. Globally there are over 343 thousand 298 cases and four thousand and 108 deaths from influenza A (H1N1).

                    The SSA emphasized the importance of preventive measures frequent hand washing, sneezing protected with tissue or inside the elbow guard at home, cleaning of surfaces, not to touch the face of clothing and hygiene.

                    Influenza is an illness that if treated early it is curable and therefore urged the people, especially to chronically ill, go to the nearest health unit when present some respiratory symptoms to avoid complicated and even cause death. (Con informaci?n de Notimex / JJJ)

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                    • Re: Mexico - Case Tracking: 245 Dead

                      Source: http://www.jornada.unam.mx/2009/10/0...ticle=039n1soc

                      In Guerrero close five schools for suspected cases of the virus
                      Reported five deaths from influenza in four entities

                      Two children aged four to 10 years, among those killed by the H1N1 strain
                      Correspondents


                      This Wednesday was reported five new deaths from influenza A/H1N1 in Tamaulipas, Yucatan, Sinaloa and Aguascalientes. Meanwhile, an outbreak forced the temporary closure of five schools in two municipalities of Guerrero.

                      Meanwhile, in Quer?taro, the State Health Secretariat said he had only 23 thousand of the 105 thousand doses required to prevent seasonal influenza risk groups.

                      In Tamaulipas, health authorities reported that a four year old child who suffered from cerebral palsy and a teacher died from influenza, bringing the number of deaths from the virus rose again to 12 in the state.

                      Also in Merida, Yucatan, died less than 10 years at the regional hospital of the Mexican Social Security Institute Ignacio Garcia Tellez. To this add 17 the death occurred in the entity by the H1N1 strain since the disease appeared in the state last May. Official figures placed the entity-with 3 thousand 133 cases of human influenza-in third place nationally in the spread, just below the Federal District and Chiapas.

                      Meanwhile, in Sinaloa, relatives of Juan Carlos Castro, who was a teacher at the Technical Secondary School in El Tajito municipality of Guasave, argued that the mentor died of influenza, to the neglect of the state health personnel who treated him.

                      Meanwhile, the Institute of Health in Aguascalientes announced the death of a young woman of 27 years in Hidalgo Hospital in the capital of the entity-infected with the H1N1 virus.

                      Meanwhile, authorities of Guerrero reported that in the municipalities of Huitzuco-Cocula and north of the entity-five schools were closed for three days, detected 10 suspected cases of influenza A/H1N1. It is expected that during this period to clarify whether the disease.

                      In turn, the head of the Ministry of Health in Queretaro, Mario Cesar Garcia Feregrino, and the Director of Health Services in the state, Ruben Romero Marques, reported that the institution lacks sufficient vaccine to meet the seasonal influenza .

                      They indicated that have 23 thousand doses of vaccine, which "does not represent the amount we need," because they depend on the provision granting the federal government, due to shortage of the drug in the world. They added that as part of efforts to detect the disease, 21 mobile units operating in Queretaro to seeing patients with flu symptoms.

                      Martin Sanchez, Luis A. Boffil, Javier Valdez, Claudio Ba?uelos, Misael Habana and Mariana Chavez

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                      • Re: Mexico - Case Tracking: 248 Dead

                        Source: http://www.ansa.it/ansalatina/notizi...434959990.html

                        MEXICO
                        248 CONFIRMED DEAD AND 36,593 cases of influenza A

                        MEXICO, 8 (UPI) - The Ministry of Health (SSA) confirmed to date in Mexico have filed 36,593 cases of influenza A, which has killed 248 people.
                        The SSA explained that of the 245 deaths recorded up to October 5, 50.2 percent were female and 49.8 percent male, while 69.8 percent were between 20 and 54.
                        He added that from Monday to Wednesday joined 755 infected and three died of the disorder, that globally more than 343 thousand registered 298 cases and four thousand and 108 deaths.
                        Although all states have confirmed cases in the country, most are concentrated in Chiapas, Yucatan, Jalisco, San Luis Potosi, Nuevo Leon and Veracruz, and in the Mexican capital. GAT
                        09/10/2009 01:34

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                        • Re: Mexico - Case Tracking: 378 Dead

                          http://eleconomista.com.mx/notas-imp...era-estacional

                          The virus will become seasonal AH1N1
                          October 11, 2009 - 19:47
                          CREDIT: Merle Guadarrama / El Economista
                          Print version in three years will AH1N1 influenza seasonal influenza, as reported by the World Health Organization.

                          Last Friday Gregory Hartl, WHO spokesman, said the global health alert can not get off level 6 established by the organization in June until they are reduced AH1N1 virus infections.

                          According to the Ministry of Health, for an influenza pandemic becomes a seasonal record should stop mass cases in more than two regions.

                          In its latest report, the international agency confirmed at least 4.525 and more than 378 dead, 223 confirmed cases.

                          Mexico has reported an increase in the number and severity of respiratory illnesses in the past three weeks. Also in U.S. has spread the virus at higher levels.

                          In Mexico, Jose Angel Cordova, Secretary of Health, said during a tour of work in Chiapas in 2010 Mexico produced the vaccine for human influenza and it is expected that 2011 will be distributed widely, with some 20 million dose.

                          mguadarrama@eleconomista.com.mx

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                          • Re: Mexico - Case Tracking: 248 Dead

                            http://www.milenio.com/node/302339

                            It extends the mortality of human influenza virus in 30 states
                            The first fatality from the virus H1N1 was registered on April 10 in the Federal District, in a single woman of 24 years, and, most recently, was held in Hidalgo, on 27 September, and corresponds to a married man, whose age was not clarified.

                            Tue, 13/10/2009 - 09:27

                            A doctor attends to a patient with influenza. Photo: archivoCiudad of Mexico .- At the expense of the Ministry of Health update in the afternoon because of fatal cases of human influenza A/H1N1 virus in Mexico have been registered so far 251 deaths in 30 states, with exception of Colima and Sonora.

                            The first fatality from the virus H1N1 was registered on April 10 in the Federal District, in a single woman of 24 years, and, most recently, was held in Hidalgo, on 27 September, and corresponds to a married man, whose age was not clarified.

                            The entities that offer the greatest number of deaths from the virus A/H1N1 is Maharashtra with 58, Chiapas 35; Mexico State 27; Jalisco 14, San Luis Potosi 11; Guerrero 10; Yucatan and Oaxaca, 9 each; Tamaulipas 8, and Aguascalientes, Guanajuato and Baja California 7 each.

                            Also, Zacatecas, Veracruz and Hidalgo 6 deaths each; Sinaloa 5 Tlaxcala, Michoac?n, Puebla, and Nuevo Le?n 3 each, Tabasco, Chihuahua, Nayarit, Quer?taro and 2, and Campeche, Baja California Sur, Morelos, Coahuila, Quintana Roo , Durango with 1 death each.

                            The SSA also reported that the 251 deaths, 107 was for married people, 93 to unmarried cohabitation 19; 4 were divorced, 17 did not specify, 1 of unknown and 10 were widowed.

                            Of all the victims, about 19.7 percent, ie, 49 were children, aged between 52 days old to 14 years of age.

                            The SSA also lists dates when people died and which, contrary to what is believed, practically were verified in the month of May with 71 cases, followed by July with 69, April with 61 or August 19, September 25 and June 6.

                            The gap reflects that must be carefully reviewed all records of the deceased, by the National Medical Arbitration Commission, so that we get official confirmation and mortality cease to be a suspect.

                            With regard to cases of people infected with the virus, the SSA reported, until 8 October, a total 36 thousand 593 cases influenza A/H1/N1.

                            The Federal District is in first place of infection, with a total of a total of 3 thousand 997 cases (57 additional two days), followed by Chiapas, with 3 thousand 581; Yucatan, with 3 thousand 13; Jalisco, 943 thousand , San Luis Potosi, a thousand 737.

                            On this occasion Veracruz, which tracks thousand 510, gave way to Nuevo Leon, with a thousand 718 (83 new cases in two days, the highest rate in the country, as the rest, except the City, has less than 50), Tamaulipas thousand 464; Oaxaca thousand 244; Michoacan thousand 237 thousand Mexico State 211 (47 additional), Baja California thousand 185, Guerrero, thousand 171 thousand 145 Hidalgo, Sonora thousand 074, among others.

                            The entities that ranked lowest are contagious with 146 Coahuila, Campeche 166, Durango 280 (the aggregate is 38 in two days), Morelos 270, Baja California Sur 308 (35 additional); Aguascalientes 295 and Sinaloa 470.

                            Valadez White / Millennium

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                            • Re: Mexico - Case Tracking: 255 Dead

                              Source: http://www.elfinanciero.com.mx/ElFin...cid&sortby=ASC


                              SSA confirms 255 deaths from influenza A
                              Flu alert - Tuesday 13 October (16:00 hrs.)

                              * 39 thousand 489 were recorded infections
                              * They report that 69% of the deaths were between 20 and 54 years old


                              El Financiero en l?nea

                              Mexico, October 13 .- The Ministry of Health (SSA) 39 thousand 489 cases confirmed influenza A (H1N1) in the country, in which 255 people died, representing 96 cases over three thousand Oct. 8 to this day, and seven more deaths.

                              In a statement, said of the 255 deaths, 49 percent were women and 51 men, and more than half, ie 69 per cent were aged 20 and 54 years old. (Con informaci?n de Notimex / JJJ)

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                              • Re: Mexico - Case Tracking: 260 Dead

                                Source: http://www.eluniversal.com.mx/notas/633604.html


                                Over 2 thousand cases of influenza in 2 days: Ssa

                                Ministry of Health reports that up to October 14 have reported 920 cases confirmed 41 thousand people infected with the virus and 260 deaths in the country


                                More than one 300 cases of A H1N1 in a day

                                RUTH RODRIGUEZ
                                El Universal
                                Mexico City, Thursday October 15, 2009

                                17:10 Cases of influenza A H1N1 continue to rise in all states. In the past two days there have been two thousand 431 new cases of people infected by the virus and five deaths, according to the report on the current status of the epidemic in Mexico, issued by the Ministry of Health.

                                The national figure until 14 October, is 41 thousand 920 cases confirmed and 260 deaths. Moreover, the states of central and north-recorded large increases.

                                The Federal District, recorded four thousand 477 cases, followed by Chiapas, three thousand 592; Yucatan, three thousand 28; Nuevo Le?n, two thousand 413, Jalisco, two thousand 75; San Luis Potosi, mil 884; Veracruz, Tamaulipas 834 thousand , 804 thousand

                                In the report of 12 October, the national figure was 39 thousand 489 cases and 255 confirmed dead so in 48 hours, have added to this list two thousand 431 people who were infected from the virus in Mexico.

                                In this regard, the Health Secretary Jose Angel Cordova Villalobos, stressed the importance of strengthening preventive measures and turn them into practice, like washing hands, cleaning surfaces, sneezes with the inside of the elbow and not spit on the covered ground or exchange.

                                Besides stressing the need for health personnel to replicate these measures because the population is one of the best ways to stop transmission.

                                He clarified that social distancing measures and temporary suspension of classes will be selectively only when a major outbreak, while the business end will be virtually no more knowledge because of the behavior of the virus shows that it is not necessary.

                                He called on doctors to deal immediately, without waiting for the results of laboratory tests, anyone with flu symptoms as fever over 38 degrees associated with respiratory problems, in addition to morbid obesity, diabetes, chronic obstructive pulmonary, asthma, diseases that cause immunosuppression drugs, cancer, HIV, and neuromuscular disorders, and those who are pregnant and children between six months and two years old.

                                "It is better to advance the treatment and cut the benign and curable if serving within 72 hours, otherwise, may be aggravated, with the consequent overloading of health services," warned the official.

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