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  • Re: Mexico - Case Tracking: 867 Dead

    Death toll: 867 from influenza A-H1N1, reports the SSA
    Organizaci?n Editorial Mexicana
    2010 January 7, 2010

    Doina Garcia / El Sol de Mexico

    Mexico City .- Until Jan. 4, 68 thousand had confirmed 548 cases of influenza A (H1N1) and 867 deaths from this cause.

    The four states most affected are the Federal District, San Luis Potosi, State of Mexico and Jalisco. In these four entities with 70 percent of cases around the country.

    In this regard, Alejandro Macias Hernandez, special commissioner to the attention of the influenza A (H1N1) in Mexico, noted that the situation of this new virus in the country is stable and even represents a break, although there are still cases in the Mexican Republic.

    Separately, the Health Secretary Jose Angel Cordova felt that with the implementation of the vaccine against this disease to 30 million people, "it is likely that this disease is rather historical and next December. Also, the secretary revealed that the laboratories that manufacture vaccines are committed to deliver the remainder of January, almost all of the 30 million vaccines to be bought to be applied across the population.

    Regarding the cases of influenza, the report of the Ministry of Health notes that Mexico City is by far the most affected state, with 7 thousand 797 cases, followed by San Luis Potosi 4 thousand 311 cases.

    Source: El Heraldo de Tabasco


    • Re: Mexico - Case Tracking: 867 Dead

      Influenza would be controlled in late winter
      Note Cars | Jose Angel Cordova Villalobos | Human Influenza.
      To date, 68 thousand 600 Mexicans have contracted the virus. SPECIAL
      ◦ In February pharmacies may sell vaccines
      In late January expect 30 million Mexicans have received the vaccine

      MEXICO CITY .- The Government of Mexico considered that once the winter will be controlled to influenza A-H1N1, whose outbreak was centered in Latin American country in 2009, causing a suspension of activities and hitting the economy hard.

      Health Secretary Jose Angel Cordova, said Thursday at a press conference for late January will have been vaccinated for free at home to 30 million people out of a total population of 107 million.

      He reported that in February, the vaccine will be available in the private sector for the rest of the population.

      "If there is now (an outbreak between January and February), will be very difficult to be resubmitted. Mexico has been in contact with the virus for a long time, unlike other countries, Cordova said, it that allows people to generate more resistance to the virus.

      Deaths from the virus called swine flu, which became months after the pandemic emerged in Mexico in late April 2009 and reached 880 in the country according to latest official data. The total number of reported cases is 68 thousand 600.

      The Mexican government plans to vaccinate called risk groups, including health personnel, soldiers, children between six and 24 months, people 24 to 64 years with risk conditions such as diabetes, obesity, chronic lung problems or immunologic diseases.

      Cordova said that so far have been vaccinated to 550 thousand 744 people. Mexico currently has eight million vaccines in the coming weeks and will complete what is needed to reach 30 million.

      . CREDIT: Reuters / SERM


      • Re: Mexico - Case Tracking: 880 Dead

        Numeralia/Influenza A(H1N1)

        Entidad / Fuente Casos confirmados Defunciones
        Mundo / OMS 622,482 7,826
        M?xico / SSA 68,788 880
        Jalisco / SSJ 4,105* 80
        Corte OMS: 22/11/2009 Corte M?xico: 06/01/2010


        • Re: Mexico - Case Tracking: 894 Dead

          Intense cold in Mexico increases risks of influenza A (H1N1)
          Monday, January 11th, 2010

          January 11, 2010, 09:40 Mexico, Jan 11 (Prensa Latina) Mexico sustained low temperatures intensify the risks of influenza A (H1N1) Health authorities warn that today launched a national campaign of vaccination to prevent the spread of contagion.

          In just three days another 14 people died because of such human influence, which had claimed the lives of 894 Mexicans, among more than 68 thousand 800 patients confirmed.

          The Health Secretariat (SSA) reported that the cold air mass over most of the country, with frost and strong winds will continue throughout the week.

          According to the report of the ministry, extreme cold is expected to at least nine degrees Celsius in central-west and southwest of Chihuahua and in the northwestern portion of Durango, and decreases from three to nine degrees below zero in other areas of both states.

          With mass vaccination of persons in risk groups, the SSA provides for immunizing a total of 30 million people until next March, reiterated the head of that committee, Jose Angel Cordova.

          Among the priority will be about 20 million children, youth and adults belonging to the so-called vulnerable groups.

          Besides pregnancy, medical personnel, children up to 24 months old and caregivers of infants, the SSA predicts that the injection reach citizens with unstable diabetes and obesity, cardiovascular problems, immune deficiencies and lung conditions and neuromuscular diseases.

          ocs / mjm


          • Re: Mexico - Case Tracking: 896 Dead


            The SSA reported that 2009 ended with two deaths from the virus H1N1.

            On December 28, killing two married women, a 47-year-old from Tamaulipas, and another aged 29, of Queretaro.

            In Mexico there are 69 thousand confirmed 71 cases of influenza A/H1N1 virus and 896 deaths.

            According to a document that had access MILLENNIUM, of 896 deaths, 62 occurred in April and 72 May, seven, in June, 82 July, 36 August, 169 September, 304 October, 141, November, and only 23 in December.

            The entities that offer the greatest number of deaths is Mexico City, 130; State of Mexico, 114, Oaxaca, 50 (moved from sixth to third place), Puebla, 47, Baja California, 46; Chiapas and San Luis Potosi, 39 each one; Guanajuato, 38, Jalisco, 37, Nuevo Le?n, 32, Queretaro, 29; Hidalgo and Chihuahua, 28 each, Zacatecas and Aguascalientes, 27 each, and Veracruz, 24.

            Also, Yucatan, 18, Tamaulipas, 16; Morelos, 15, Guerrero, Sonora, Tlaxcala, 13 deaths in each entity, Durango and Coahuila, 12 each, Sinaloa, Baja California Sur and Nayarit, 11; Michoac?n, nine, Tabasco, three, Quintana Roo, two, and Campeche, Colima, one per state.

            What is striking is that 39.8 percent of the dead, ie 357, had no risk factors constraints. 60.2, which represents 539 people, if they had morbid obesity, uncontrolled diabetes, suffered from chronic, degenerative disease or were smokers.

            In full winter season, only eight days, from 4 to 11 January 2010, the National Medical Arbitration Commission reported 29 deaths, going from 867 to 896.

            Of all these cases, 152 are children and young people, aged between 52 days old to 19 years.


            • Re: Mexico - Case Tracking: 909 Dead


              Numeralia / Influenza A (H1N1)

              Entity / Source Confirmed cases Deaths
              World / WHO 622.482 7.826
              Mexico / SSA 69.236 909
              Jalisco / SJS 4.164 * 85
              WHO Court: 22/11/2009 Mexico Court: 13/01/2010


              • Re: Mexico - Case Tracking: 909 Dead


                Rain and cold in Mexico increased respiratory disease
                Written by Maria Julia Mayoral
                Saturday, January 16th, 2010

                January 16, 2010, 00:02Mexico, Jan. 16 (PL) freezing temperatures with strong winds and rains continue today in Mexico by the cold front 23 of the current winter season, increasing acute respiratory diseases in the population, indicate official evaluations.The National Weather Service (NWS) forecast to continue over the coming days low temperatures accompanied by locally heavy rainfall to light and air currents of moderate to heavy in several areas.

                For the states of Chihuahua, Durango, Zacatecas and San Luis Potosi are expected snowfall potential, so the MTF recommended that the population to take precautions and monitor the evolution of the system before another severe winter event.

                The weather conditions increase the risks of respiratory diseases, including influenza A (H1N1).

                Yesterday, President of the Republic, Felipe Calder?n, Mexico has confirmed that 12 million doses against influenza A (H1N1) and during the month the figure will reach 30 million planned in order to immunize the population groups with risk factors .

                The president said he will continue the vaccination of health workers, pregnant women, children six to 23 months of age and people suffering chronic diseases like diabetes, obesity and chronic respiratory diseases, which increases the possibility of complications if they contract the A (H1N1).

                They also have priority for mothers or guardians of children less than six months old, day care workers and childcare facilities.

                The vaccine, Calderon said, "does not cause any damage, instead, can help us all to avoid a disease that, although we have under control, also must be said, has come to have many cases of death."

                As stated the Health Secretary Jose Angel Cordova, "the epidemic, for the moment under control, but its evolution has taught us that any time you can return a bill, given the climatic conditions.

                lac / mjm


                • Re: Mexico - Case Tracking: 931 Dead


                  Entity / Source Confirmed cases Deaths
                  World / WHO 622.482 7.826
                  Mexico / SSA 69.535 931
                  Jalisco / SJS 4.166 * 85
                  WHO Court: 22/11/2009 Mexico Court: 18/01/2010


                  • Re: Mexico - Case Tracking: 931 Dead


                    From September to December 2009 there were 17 deaths from H1N1 virus
                    In November there was a slight decrease in mortality, however, 4 died of 10 people per A/H1N1, and 3, 7, 10, 18 and 19 were reported in each of those days, 9 deaths. The rest of time ranging from 5 to 4 deaths.

                    Wed, 20/01/2010 - 15:04

                    After 274 days of a pandemic, 931 people have died from the virus. APMexico City .- Although it has tried to downplay the severity of the H1N1 virus in Mexico have died over 274 days of a pandemic, a total of 931 people from 10 April 2009 until the court on 8 January 2010, and between September to December were up to 17 deaths a day, ie more than reported chronic degenerative diseases.

                    For example, in breast cancer die daily from 14 women every day, becoming the leading cause of death, cancer and cervical cancer, there are 10 to 12 deaths every 24 hours.

                    With human influenza, the behavior has been erratic: 7, 6, 5 and 16 October, for example, the Ministry of Health reported killed in that order 17, 16, 14 and 14 people to cause a human influenza virus. In that month, every 24 hours mortality varied from 5 to 13 cases.

                    In November there was a slight decrease in mortality, however, 4 died on 10 people per A/H1N1, and 3, 7, 10, 18 and 19 were reported in each of those days, 9 deaths. The rest of time ranging from 5 to 4 deaths.

                    In December the court and a significant decrease is detected, the deadliest day was on the 9th with 7 deaths, the rest ranged from 1, 2 to 5 cases per day.

                    The first fatality from the virus H1N1 was registered on April 10 in the Federal District in a 24 and single, and, most recently, was held on January 8, a woman with a partner, a native Mexico State and whose age, 54 years is beyond the parameters of attack, as the virus mainly affects young people.

                    According to a document that had access Milenio Diario, The 931 deaths were recorded as follows: 62 April and 72 May, 7 June, 82 July, 36 August, 169 September, 307 October, 141 November and 47 December and 8 so far in January.

                    The entities that offer the greatest number of deaths from the virus H1N1 are Mexico City with 132, State of Mexico 117, Oaxaca 50, Puebla, Baja California 47, San Luis Potosi 45; Jalisco 43, Chiapas, Guanajuato 39, New Leon and Chihuahua 32, each; Aguascalientes; 31 Queretaro 30, Hidalgo 28; Zacatecas 27 and Veracruz 25.

                    Just as, Yucatan 18; Tamaulipas and Morelos 16 each, Sonora 14; Guerrero, Coahuila, Tlaxcala and 13 deaths in each entity, Durango and Sinaloa12 each; Baja California Sur, Nayarit and Michoac?n 11 each; Tabasco 3; Quintana Roo 2, Campeche 1, and Colima 1.

                    Of the deaths, 474 are men and 457 women. A total of 156 were children from birth to 15 days younger than 19 years.

                    Although reports of the number of infected shows a trend of containment, 69 mil535 infected, as regards the number of deaths continues to accumulate at an accelerated pace and just last weekend from 917 reported cases and three days later reached 931, with a cumulative total of 14 deaths.

                    It is in San Luis Potosi and Jalisco and Aguascalientes and Chihuahua which has the highest cluster of deaths in recent weeks: 6 in each of the first two states, where the pandemic is still rampant since April, and four respectively in the following two entities.

                    Valadez White / Millennium


                    • Re: Mexico - Case Tracking: 944 Dead

                      http://informacioninfluenza.jalisco....alia/Influenza A(H1N1)

                      Entidad / Fuente Casos confirmados Defunciones
                      Mundo / OMS 622,482 7,826
                      M?xico / SSA 69,607 944
                      Jalisco / SSJ 4,185* 86
                      Corte OMS: 22/11/2009 Corte M?xico: 20/01/2010


                      • Re: Mexico - Case Tracking: 969 Dead


                        Numeralia/Influenza A(H1N1)

                        Entidad / Fuente Casos confirmados Defunciones
                        Mundo OMS 622,482 7,826
                        M?xico / SSA 69,824 969
                        Jalisco / SSJ 4,198* 86


                        • Re: Mexico - Case Tracking: 969 Dead


                          Increase to 969 the dead by influenza A (H1N1) in Mexico

                          The Health Secretariat (SSA) of Mexico reported on 26 until Jan. 25 has reported 69,824 confirmed cases of influenza A (H1N1) and 969 deaths.

                          Reliance said in a statement that in five days rose to 217 new cases of influenza A (H1N1) and 25 new deaths.

                          Until 20 January there had been 69,607 cases and 944 deaths in the country.

                          The data show an increase in cases in the Federal District, San Luis Potosi, State of Mexico, Jalisco and Nuevo Leon, although in all cases recorded statements.

                          The SSA said that of the 969 people killed, 570 had medical history (60.4 percent) and 374 without medical history (39.6 percent).

                          The 69.8 percent of those affected were between 20 and 54 years old.

                          According to figures from the World Health Organization (WHO) in the world have registered at least 13,554 deaths from influenza virus A (H1N1). (Xinhua)


                          • Re: Mexico - Case Tracking: 969 Dead


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                            • Re: Mexico - Case Tracking: 995 Dead


                              Confirms SSa 70 thousand 044 cases A/H1N1, 995 deaths are recorded

                              Editorial | National Wednesday February 3, 2010 | Build Time: 02:25 | Last updated: 03:45

                              The Ministry of Health reported that there are 70 thousand 044 confirmed cases of influenza A/H1N1 in the country and recorded 995 deaths from the disease.

                              In a statement, the agency said that our country is in nations with more cases confirmed, however, the behavior of the epidemic does not pose greater risk.

                              In this regard, said the group has more infections is formed between the ages of 10 to 19 years.

                              The federal agency said that for every 10 confirmed cases, three correspond to that segment of the population, while in the group of people between 30 and 39 years have submitted the highest number of deaths, by concentrating 22 percent of the total .

                              The Federal District is the entity with the largest number of cases, with 11 percent of the total, representing seven thousand 981 patients, he noted.

                              Also, San Luis Potosi, Jalisco State of Mexico and have a significant number of infections, by concentrating 18 percent of the total, with 13 thousand 028, while Campeche and Coahuila reported the lowest number with 191 and 411, respectively.

                              Worldwide added 14 thousand 142 people have died because of illness, was completed.


                              • Re: Mexico - Case Tracking: 1,006 Dead


                                Exceeding thousand deaths A H1N1: Cordova
                                Health Secretary Jose Angel Cordova says that in the world have implemented more than 200 million doses of vaccines against human influenza, while in Mexico are more than 2.5 million

                                Coverage Influenza. Health Alert

                                Xochitl Alvarez / Correspondent
                                El Universal
                                Irapuato, Guanajuato Thursday, 04 febrero of 2010

                                Health Secretary Jose Angel Cordova said thousand six people have died from Influenza A H1N1 in the country, "which demonstrates very forcefully that it is a real disease, which can be severe and the importance of vaccinations .

                                At the start of the national vaccination campaign against influenza A H1N1 in childcare facilities and nurseries, attended Margarita Zavala de Calderón, the official denied that the vaccine causes Guillain-Barre syndrome.

                                "Until now we have no proven case of Guillain-Barre syndrome, as has been mentioned is actually an alteration and not only by vaccination can occur," he said.

                                Health Secretary offered the vaccine is applied to all children attending day care, but only with the consent of their parents.

                                "We want to give them full security and tranquility of a vaccine that is fully guaranteed and tested, which have been implemented over 200 million doses worldwide, in Mexico where we more than 2.5 million doses and that the effects side has been extremely rare, "he said.

                                Margarita Zavala urged parents to support the vaccination of their children "because it suits them, so that the children are well, their peers in their classroom and the collective good."

                                "It's an easier way of putting the conditions in which our children are better, are healthy and just at this time of winter are appropriately covered," argued the first lady.

                                The health secretary said that the campaign to immunize all children and staff of kindergartens and childcare facilities of IMSS, ISSSTE and SEDESOL.

                                Cordova noted that pandemic influenza is fairly stable, with a balance until Monday, one thousand six deaths to mourn throughout the country.

                                ESR / GDH
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