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  • #31
    Re: Mexico: 149 deaths and 770 hospitalized, over 1000 released, total 1,995 cases Apr 27, 2009

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

    Google translation:
    Federal authorities acknowledge and 159 deaths
    Alert influenza - Tuesday, April 28th (21:14 hrs.)

    *
    150 cases are evaluated
    *
    Pneumonia or respiratory failure, causes of death in some cases

    El Financiero Online

    Mexico, April 28 .- The Secretary of Health Jos? ?ngel C?rdova announced that already 159 deaths in Mexico related to swine influenza. At a press conference said that 150 cases are evaluated and Results in 24 hours.

    Total cases have been reported in the national health system are 948 thousand cases with typical severe pneumonia.

    As part of IMSS and ISSSTE, and other health agencies, 311 thousand people remain hospitalized.


    (With the drafting of the Financial Online / Roberto Santa Cruz)
    > swap

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    • #32
      Re: Mexico: 149 deaths and 770 hospitalized, over 1000 released, total 1,995 cases Apr 27, 2009

      Source: http://about.reuters.com/dynamic/cou...nN28360538.ASP

      Google translation:
      Probable influenza deaths rise to 159 in Mexico: Government
      28 Apr 2009 22:26

      MEXICO DF, April 28 (Reuters) - People who probably died from an epidemic of swine influenza in Mexico rose to 159, said on Tuesday, Health Secretary Jose Angel Cordova.

      The official informed that so far 1311 people were hospitalized by the epidemic.

      "With the information available so far, we can say that 159 of the deaths from suspected cases," C?rdova said in a press conference.

      (Reporting by Miguel Angel Gutierrez)

      REUTERS PG

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      • #33
        Re: Mexico: 149 deaths and 770 hospitalized, over 1000 released, total 1,995 cases Apr 27, 2009

        Source: http://www.terra.com.mx/articulo.asp...d=819049&ref=1

        Google translation:
        SSA reported 159 deaths from influenza swine
        Only 26 confirmed absolutely

        Jose Angel Cordova, federal Health Secretary, announced that to this day have been recorded 159 deaths from influenza swine

        28/04/2009 | Terra.es-Jos? Angel C?rdova, federal Health Secretary, announced that to this day have been registered 2498 cases of swine influenza, of which there have been 159 deaths.

        However, the official clarified that only have the absolute certainty of 26 cases of deaths caused by new influenza viruses of swine, the rest are waiting for results from laboratories.

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        • #34
          Re: Mexico: 149 deaths and 770 hospitalized, over 1000 released, total 1,995 cases Apr 27, 2009

          Source: http://www.flutrackers.com/forum/new...ote=1&p=222930

          Deaths from influenza rises to 159: Ssa
          The Secretary of Health of the federal government, Jos? ?ngel C?rdova Villalobos, who until now have 2 thousand 498 cases with severe atypical pneumonia and 311 thousand people remain hospitalized
          Editorial
          El Universal
          Mexico City Tuesday April 28 2009
          21:34

          The number of deaths in Mexico caused by the swine flu influenza, rose to 159, reported this evening the Secretary of Health of the federal government, Jos? ?ngel C?rdova Villalobos.

          At a press conference, C?rdova Villalobos also said that until now have 2 thousand 498 cases that have severe atypical pneumonia and 311 thousand people remain hospitalized.

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          • #35
            Re: Mexico: 149 deaths and 770 hospitalized, over 1000 released, total 1,995 cases Apr 27, 2009

            Source: http://eleconomista.com.mx/notas-onl...-influenza-ssa

            Tested, 26 cases of new viruses
            Rises to 159 deaths associated with influenza: SSA
            April 28, 2009 - 21:11

            Health Secretary Jose Angel Cordova reported that so far there have been 159 deaths associated with pneumonia virus of swine influenza, according to data from the National Health System.

            At a press conference, the official said that today there were 2498 cases with severe pneumonia, of which 1311 people remain hospitalized.

            Cordova Villalobos said that the information was based on data collected by the National Epidemiological Surveillance System, which is fed with the information sent to national hospitals of the IMSS, ISSSTE, and public hospitals and federal and state .

            The Health Secretary said that after making the first epidemiological alert, began a gradual decline in the number of detected cases, which has been reinforced in recent days.


            He said Tuesday there were 20 deaths from pneumonia associated with the new virus.
            He added that the states with the highest number of cases remain the Federal District, State of Mexico and San Luis Potosi.

            The official said that information had been purged of the cases received, from which 26 cases have been found to influence and only seven are dead to the new virus.

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            • #36
              Re: Mexico: 159 deaths and 1311 hospitalized, over 1000 released, total 2,498 cases Apr 28, 2009

              I received a note that the confirmed death count may be lower. When I have something "concrete" I will post.

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              • #37
                Re: Mexico: 159 deaths and 1311 hospitalized, over 1000 released, total 2,498 cases Apr 28, 2009

                ??

                <!-- google_ad_section_start --> Mexico corrects number of swine flu deaths to seven



                Mexico City - Mexican authorities corrected the number of people killed by swine flu from previously 20 to seven. Miguel Angel Lezana, director of the national epidemiological and disease control centre, said late Tuesday the mutated H1N1 swine flu virus was confirmed to be responsible for seven deaths.

                The other 13 cases could not be confirmed yet. Mexican authorities previously put the swine flu death toll at 20. Lezana said additional testing was conducted on recommendation of the the Geneva-based World Health Organization. At least 159 people have been killed by flu infections in Mexico, Health Minister Jose angel Cordova said. More than 1,300 people were hospitalized out of a total of around 2,500 suspected cases, he added.

                http://www.earthtimes.org/articles/s...-to-seven.html

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                • #38
                  Re: Mexico: 159 deaths and 1311 hospitalized, over 1000 released, total 2,498 cases Apr 28, 2009

                  via email -


                  Mexico revises confirmed flu death toll down to seven
                  2009-04-29 03:16:37.939 GMT

                  ATTENTION - ADDS quotes ///

                  MEXICO CITY, April 28, 2009 (AFP) - Mexico on Tuesday revised
                  downwards its confirmed death toll from a new strain of flu to seven
                  from 20, Health Minister Jose Angel Cordova told reporters.
                  Cordova also raised the toll of "probable" deaths from the H1N1
                  virus to 159 from a previous figure of 152.
                  A total of 1,311 people remain in hospital after exhibiting
                  symptoms of the flu, he said.
                  Cordova explained the change in the confirmed death toll by
                  saying further, more rigorous tests had forced an official recount.
                  "Of 159 (probable) deaths, only seven have been confirmed," he
                  told the journalists.
                  Under sharp questioning as to how such a discrepancy could have occurred, Cordova said -- to some confusion -- that 26 proven cases of swine flu had been detected, of which "seven corresponded beyond any doubt to deaths caused by the new virus."
                  He added: "This tallying task has in great part been carried out
                  in conjunction with the WHO (World Health Organization). They only
                  count as 'positives' confirmed cases."
                  Cordova said Mexican authorities were working with specialized
                  laboratories in the United States and Canada to test suspected flu
                  samples.
                  gbv/rmb/arb

                  -0- Apr/29/2009 3:16 GMT

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                  • #39
                    Re: Mexico: 159 deaths and 1311 hospitalized, over 1000 released, total 2,498 cases Apr 28, 2009

                    looks good !!!

                    only 159 deaths. 62,81,103,149,159
                    1004,1324,1614,1995,2498

                    not typically exponential as for flu-waves

                    maybe they are using Tamiflu earlier now ?
                    Maybe the taken measures work, the population is more careful.


                    Can the numbers be trusted ?

                    Do we have reports from Mexican people, bloggers, journalists etc. ?
                    is there censorship ?
                    I'm interested in expert panflu damage estimates
                    my current links: http://bit.ly/hFI7H ILI-charts: http://bit.ly/CcRgT

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                    • #40
                      Re: Mexico: 159 deaths and 1311 hospitalized, over 1000 released, total 2,498 cases Apr 28, 2009

                      FYI, Mexico Health Secretary News Conference at 8pm EST

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                      • #41
                        Re: Mexico: 159 deaths and 1311 hospitalized, over 1000 released, total 2,498 cases Apr 28, 2009

                        This is coming from the Mexico Health Minister Press Conference:

                        Mexican Health Minister asks non-essential parts of the economy to shut down

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                        • #42
                          Re: Mexico: 159 deaths and 1311 hospitalized, over 1000 released, total 2,498 cases Apr 28, 2009

                          Reuters: Mexico to suspend all federal government activities between May 1st and May 5th due to swine flu epidemic

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                          • #43
                            Re: Mexico: 159 deaths and 1311 hospitalized, over 1000 released, total 2,498 cases Apr 28, 2009

                            All nonessential services at private businesses in Mexico will also be suspended, AP reports.

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                            • #44
                              Re: Mexico: 159 deaths and 1311 hospitalized, over 1000 released, total 2,498 cases Apr 28, 2009

                              Google translation:
                              In 91 patients with virus unless it is a sum over the seven deaths confirmed yesterday: HEALTH
                              Wednesday, April 29, 2009 | Special

                              * 91 of swine influenza patients are safe
                              * He joined a further seven deaths confirmed
                              * Raises WHO alert phase 5 swine flu pandemic
                              *

                              [Photo 1] Mexico City .- The Secretary of Health Jose Angel Cordova Villalobos reported that the 99 positive cases with the detection method of the samples that have been processed to date, 91 patients with swine influenza are safe and joined a further seven deaths confirmed by the Ministry of Health yesterday (Tuesday April 28).

                              Tonight (Wednesday, April 29) in the central courtyard of the Ministry of Health gave its holder a press conference in the company of the Minister of Finance and Public Credit, Agustin Carstens Carstens, Secretary of Labor Welfare, Javier Lozano Alarc?n; Secretary of Economy, Gerardo Ruiz Mateos and the Head of the Department of Infectious Diseases, National Institute of Medical Sciences and Nutrition Salvador Zubir?n, Dr. Guillermo Ruiz Palacios and Santos in which he reported from what was declared by the World Health (WHO), to raise the alert phase 5 of the swine flu pandemic.

                              He added the authority of Health confirmed 99 cases with the pig virus, 83 are from the Federal District, 13 of the State of Mexico, one of Colima, one of a Veracruz and Oaxaca. More information soon

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                              • #45
                                Re: Mexico: 159 deaths and 1311 hospitalized, over 1000 released, total 2,498 cases Apr 28, 2009

                                Source: http://mx.reuters.com/article/topNew...090430?sp=true

                                UPDATE 3-Mexico says flu cases tend to stabilize
                                Wednesday April 29, 2009 21:37 CDT

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                                (Updates with new death toll)

                                By Adriana Barrera

                                MEXICO DF, April 29 (Reuters) - Mexico said that the number of cases of a deadly epidemic of swine influenza appears to be stabilizing, including the capital, although it is still premature to erect a high alert.

                                Mexico City, living in urban areas where nearly 20 million people, is so far the largest number of infected with the virus, which would have killed some 176 people in the country.

                                "We are at a point where the number of cases of infection tends to stabilize. When we have this information, we will raise the city go from a high alert, a warning stage," said the head of City government, Marcelo Ebrard at a news conference.

                                "It's a point where we (...) in or near a tendency to stabilize the rate of new infections," added the official.

                                Their statements coincided with the Federal Health Secretary Jose Angel Cordova, who said that the number of admissions to hospitals for suspected cases has been declining and that the trend of deaths has remained stable.

                                The government ordered the closure of restaurants, museums, stadiums, gymnasiums and churches in an attempt to curb the spread of the deadly outbreak of influenza. Authorities dismissed the capital for now any additional measures.

                                "In the Federal District and we have taken all the measures that are aimed at closing the chain of transmission, for now there is a further step," said the secretary of government of the city, Jose Angel Avila, a chain Radio Formula.

                                Avila said that Saturday would be a decision of the authorities or relax on the capital raising measures, depending on how things go.

                                NO SIGNS OF SHRINKAGE: WHO

                                The World Health Organization (WHO) said on Wednesday that raised the level to 5 global influenza alert, the second highest on a scale of 6 and indicates that a pandemic is imminent. "

                                Earlier, the deputy director general of WHO, Keiji Fukuda, told reporters during a conference call that the swine flu had shown that infected people who had not previously in Mexico and that the outbreak was showing no signs of fade.

                                The epidemic caused the death Wednesday of the first person outside of Mexico, a Mexican baby in the United States where there are 91 confirmed cases.

                                Until Tuesday night in Mexico amounted to 159 deaths from suspected cases, while the flu has spread to other countries with confirmed cases in Canada, United Kingdom, Israel, New Zealand and Spain.

                                In places as distant as Australia, France, Denmark and Switzerland and other close as Guatemala, Chile, Costa Rica, Colombia, Peru and Brazil are studying possible cases.

                                The epidemic began to hit the tourism and airlines since the United States, Canada and the European Union sought to avoid trips to Mexico that are not essential and Cuba suspended direct flights.

                                Argentina suspended for five days the arrival of direct flights from Mexico, Cuba has adopted a measure this week.

                                The resort of Cancun in the Mexican Caribbean, was not receiving cruises suffered cancellations were suspended for vacationers and conference specialists.

                                (Additional Reporting by Miguel Angel Gutierrez, written by Rodrigo Martinez; Edited by Patricia Avila and Javier Leira)

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