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  • #61
    Re: Mexico SF - case tracking

    Source: http://www.cronica.com.mx/nota.php?id_nota=430201

    Google translation:
    Suman 26 dead from influenza AH1N1: Ssa
    NOTIMEX | National
    Monday May 4, 2009 | Time Generated: 09:32 | Last updated: 10:40

    Health Secretary Jose Angel Cordova, confirmed that the appearance of more people infected with human influenza virus tends to decrease and that so far have confirmed 727 cases of patients.

    Of these 701 infected people are alive and 26 died: 16 women and 10 men, the official explained at a press conference in which he was accompanied by Undersecretary of Prevention and Health Promotion, Mauricio Hernandez.

    Cordova Villalobos said that there have been infection in 26 of the 31 bodies and that of the total confirmed cases of the virus AH1N1, 51.6 percent are young people between zero and 19 years.

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    • #62
      Re: Mexico SF - case tracking

      Source: http://www.oem.com.mx/elmexicano/notas/n1150009.htm

      Google translation:
      SSA confirms 866 infections by viruses, followed 26 deaths
      Mexican Editorial Organization
      May 5, 2009

      Juan Garciajheredia / El Sol de Mexico

      Mexico City .- Mexico will win the battle against human influenza virus (also known as A H1N1), as Jos? Angel C?rdova Villalobos, federal Minister of Health, said this morning that showed a downward trend in cases of suspected that evil and stressed that there are 866 established, of which 840 patients are alive and 26 have died.

      If you had not taken timely action to contain (including suspension of classes in all schools, in addition to activities in many government agencies, shows, meetings in churches, among others) would have a geometric growth in the epidemic, as the official reports.

      He said that he has a reservation against the disease of one million 323 thousand 362 treatments and an expected donation of just over 200 thousand by the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO).

      CALL FOR HELP GENERAL HOSPITAL

      Moreover, there is unease at the General Hospital of Mexico, due to the alleged lack of safety measures before the contingency by the human influenza, because many such individuals there cubrebocas not used as an informant who asked to remain anonymous .

      Provided they do not reveal his name, said that in a moment, in an outpatient area, there were about 350 people waiting for services and were very close, many of them without protection against the virus without cubrebocas not washing hands and greeting each other.

      Urgent intervention by the federal Health Secretary Jose Angel Cordova Villalobos, for review the situation in the hospital, whose director is Francisco Navarro called the informant.

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      • #63
        Re: Mexico SF - case tracking

        Source: http://www.diariouno.com.ar/contenid...icia_0079.html

        Google translation:

        Mexico rose to 29 the number of dead swine influenza
        23:19 | World | Furthermore, the number of infected rose to 913.
        The second confirmed death from swine flu in United States
        05 May 2009

        MEXICO CITY, May 5, 2009 (AFP-NA) - Mexico today rose to 29 the number of dead swine flu following confirmation of three more deaths, while the infection was 913, reported a statement from the Ministry of Health of Mexico.

        "There are 942 cases, of whom 29 are people who have died" by swine flu, while the other 913 are people who have been infected, according to the communique of the Ministry of Health distributed the night of Tuesday.

        The health authorities explained that they still need to be analyzed 39 cases of people killed in previous days by ills related to the respiratory tract and which are still regarded as "suspicious."

        "Most of the deaths from the H1N1 virus were reported in persons between 20 and 39 years old, and the last confirmed case was April 29 days," said the paper quoting the words of Health Minister Jose Angel Cordova Villalobos.
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        • #64
          Re: Mexico SF - case tracking

          Source: http://www.proceso.com.mx/noticias_a...articulo=68548

          Google translation:

          Health reported three more deaths from influenza human
          MIGUEL CABILDO
          MEXICO, DF, May 5 (approved) .- In a span of 12 hours, the number of deaths per A/H1N1 virus increased from 26 to 29, as released tonight by the Ministry of Health.

          In a communique, the agency also added that 214 deaths were reported, of which 74 were discarded in the presence of the virus in 77 no longer be able to know the cause of death in 29 cases confirmed the presence of the virus and 34 cases are under study.

          It pointed out that most deaths from the new viruses were reported in persons between 20 and 39 years.

          According to the informative part of the Ministry of Health, have found so far 942 cases of the virus, of whom 50.8% are women, 51.4% are children below the age of 19 years and only 2.1% are over 60 years.

          The unit also noted that states have more than 50 confirmed cases are Mexico City, Hidalgo, Estado de Mexico and San Luis Potosi.

          Those with between 16 and 50 are: Baja California, Zacatecas, Oaxaca and Tlaxcala.

          Guerrero, Chiapas, Colima, Morelos and Tabasco are between 6 and 15 and that so far no confirmed cases but suspects are Campeche, Coahuila, Baja California Sur, Sinaloa and Jalisco.

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          • #65
            Re: Mexico SF - case tracking

            Source: http://www.cronica.com.mx/nota.php?id_nota=430645

            Amounted to 42 killed by the influenza AH1N1: Ssa
            NOTIMEX | National
            Wednesday May 6, 2009 | Time Generated: 09:26 | Last updated: 09:26

            The Health Secretariat (SSA) requested to continue in homes and schools nonpharmacological strategies to mitigate the community influenza, because "we need to further strengthen the measures."

            Health Secretary Jose Angel Cordova said, "that the resumption of activities is to try to go slowly returning to normal, but obviously still can not return to normal."

            He acknowledged that the resumption of the activities "certainly" will moderate some outbreaks of influenza in certain areas, and said that talk of disease control means spending 15 days without new cases and "not that we are still very close."

            In the official press conference he stated that to date there have been 112 thousand positive cases of human influenza, of which 070 thousand people are alive and 42 dead of the deaths, 24 were women and 18 men.

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            • #66
              Re: Mexico SF - case tracking

              Source: http://www.oem.com.mx/eloccidental/notas/n1153879.htm

              Google translation:
              1.204 and the total infected
              Mexican Editorial Organization
              May 8, 2009

              Juan Cruz / El Sol de Mexico

              Mexico City .- The Health Secretary Jose Angel Cordova Villalobos, reported that the number of infections by influenza increased from 70 thousand to 204 thousand deaths and from 42 to 44, then confirmed the samples to a woman from San Luis Potos? and Tlaxcala man.

              At a press conference, clarified that the two confirmed deaths were in "pre-dates (between April 16 and 10), not recently." However, he cautioned that the A/H1N1 virus is already in 28 of the 32 states.


              He explained that the study of the epidemic is dynamic and if new cases arise because in some areas of the country have been re-examinations of samples, the initial investigations with more rudimentary methods, were negative, and now have been positive.

              He noted that, by geographical location of hospitals where 44 people died, 70 per cent was recorded in Mexico City because the capital "are the units of high specialization.

              7 per cent in the State of Mexico, 7 percent in San Luis Potosi, Tlaxcala 7 percent, 5 percent in Hidalgo, Chiapas 2 percent and 2 percent in Oaxaca.

              He said that 3 of those killed lived in the capital, 11 in the State of Mexico, three in San Luis Potosi, Tlaxcala in three, one in Campeche, one in Oaxaca and Hidalgo.

              By state, "where they have their habitual residence, are: 23 of the Federal District, 11 of the State of Mexico, three from San Luis Potosi, Tlaxcala three, one of Campeche, one of Hidalgo, one of Oaxaca."

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              • #67
                Re: Mexico SF - case tracking

                Source: http://www.milenio.com/node/211848

                Google translation:
                Ssa 364 thousand reported cases of influenza, 45 deaths

                Jose Angel Cordova Villalobos reported deaths confirmed by the majority have been presented in the Instituto Mexicano del Seguro Social.

                Fri, 08/05/2009 - 09:19
                SSA said the deaths were presented some pathologies. File

                City-M?xico. Health Secretary Jose Angel Cordova Villalobos reported that the number of human deaths from influenza in Mexico rose to 45 and from infected to 319 thousand.

                The official explained that confirmed the deaths of most have been presented in the Instituto Mexicano del Seguro Social.

                Cordova Villalobos said that most of these patients had symptoms before April 23 and only two showed symptoms of the deceased, began April 23 after the influenza A / H1N1, the other negative for H1N1 emerged.

                He also mentioned that the analysis of the deceased had associated diseases such as diabetes, overweight, morbidly patients, smoking or cancer.

                The official reported yesterday that were installed in caravans of Health senior high schools mainly in high school, the Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico and Instituto Polit?cnico Nacional.
                Milenio.com

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                • #68
                  Re: Mexico SF - case tracking

                  Source: http://www.jornada.unam.mx/ultimas/2...ova-villalobos

                  Google translation:

                  Ten deaths in study possible influenza: C?rdova Villalobos

                  On Thursday, "We had eight in the laboratory, but in the morning I was informed of two more," said Health Secretary.

                  Afp
                  Posted: 08/05/2009 17:12

                  Mexico, DF. Minister of Health of Mexico, Jose Angel Cordova, said to AFP Friday that there are 10 cases still pending at death could be attributed to the swine flu in this country, where 45 deaths have been confirmed.

                  On Thursday we had 8 (deaths under study) in which I reported in the laboratory, but the morning (Friday) I was informed of two more, "the official explained in an interview at the headquarters of the ministry.

                  In Mexico no reported deaths attributed to the swine flu since Monday, according to the minister, who on Friday reported that the number of confirmed cases of people affected by the disease amounted to 319 thousand.

                  United States, where two people have died from the virus, announced on Friday that total 1639 people infected in their territory and surpassed Mexico as the country with the highest number of confirmed cases.

                  It has been shown that "the Americans were not prepared either. How many cases are the Americans now? (...) So why tell us that we were not prepared? Anyone I was not prepared because it is a new virus," said C?rdova .

                  The model for the diagnosis of the new virus could not be made until April 21 at the CDC (acronym in English of the Center for Disease Control and Prevention United States) from Atlanta, "the most developed in the world diagnosis, "he said.

                  The day we launched the 23 warning and 27 were doing it (the diagnosis).

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                  • #69
                    Re: Mexico SF - case tracking

                    Originally posted by Shiloh View Post

                    Mexico City .- The Health Secretary Jose Angel Cordova Villalobos, reported that the number of infections by influenza increased from 70 thousand to 204 thousand


                    that number sounds huge, what percentage of the total population is it?

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                    • #70
                      Re: Mexico SF - case tracking

                      Re: Mexico SF - case tracking
                      Quote:
                      Originally Posted by Shiloh View Post

                      Mexico City .- The Health Secretary Jose Angel Cordova Villalobos, reported that the number of infections by influenza increased from 70 thousand to 204 thousand

                      that number sounds huge, what percentage of the total population is it?


                      The above means cases increased from 1,070 to 1, 204...not 10's of thousands...it is the way that google does the translation.

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                      • #71
                        Re: Mexico SF - case tracking

                        Source: http://www.breitbart.com/article.php...show_article=1


                        Mexico raises swine flu death toll to 48
                        May 9 11:13 AM US/Eastern

                        The number of swine flu deaths in Mexico rose by three to 48, while 300 more people were infected by the virus, raising the number of confirmed cases to 1,626, a health ministry official said Saturday.

                        Since the outbreak of the influenza A(H1N1) outbreak in Mexico, "there have been 5,580 tests, of which 1,626 had a positive result, including 1,578 live patients and 48 people who unfortunately have died," ministry spokesman Carlos Olmos said.


                        But he stressed that the rising toll owed to lab test results on previously suspected cases, and not new deaths. Among the three newly confirmed deaths, one took place in the central state of San Luis Potosi on May 3, and two more in the capital of Mexico City -- one on April 21 and the other on May 6.

                        "We are confirming the presence of new cases spreading to practically the entire country, leading us to take action at state and local levels," Olmos added, without providing details on the measures.

                        The western state of Jalisco announced three deaths from the flu virus Friday, but those were "probable" and not "confirmed" cases, Olmos stressed.

                        Local authorities in Jalisco said they would continue suspending school classes from Monday, and also close public meeting places, including bars and sports centers, after several suspected flu deaths were reported there.

                        Jalisco has also suspended activities at all learning centers, from kindergarten to university, the state's governor said.

                        Mexico is at the epicenter of the global A(H1N1) flu epidemic, with most deaths recorded here, but the United States on Friday overtook its southern neighbor to become the country with the most number of patients, confirming 1,639 cases in 43 states.

                        Mexico gradually returned to life this week, reopening tourist sites, Mexico City eateries, theaters and cinemas after a shutdown of more than a week. Universities and high schools reopened on Thursday and primary schools were due back on Monday.

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                        • #72
                          Re: Mexico - case tracking: 4 dead; 1,626 confirmed cases

                          Source: http://www.milenio.com/node/212739

                          Google translation:

                          Unchanged number of infected by H1N1 virus in the country, reports Ssa

                          For the first time since he started a health crisis because of the human influenza virus, the federal agency gave no press conference to publicize the updated figures on the disease.

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                          Sun, 10/05/2009 - 15:08
                          The Valley of Mexico SLP and the highest number of infections. File

                          Mexico City .- The Ministry of Health reported that there are 626 thousand cases of human influenza virus and 48 deaths, figures that remain in effect from May 9 report.

                          For the first time since he started a health crisis because of the human influenza virus, the federal agency gave no press conference to publicize the updated figures on the disease.

                          According to the geographical distribution of persons who have been confirmed to be ill virus A (H1N1), the largest number of cases are in the state of Mexico, San Luis Potosi and Mexico City.

                          Although patients have been detected in 28 entities of the Republic, the valley of San Luis Potosi and Mexico are the country which has the largest number of people infected.

                          In the state of Mexico have been 123 confirmed cases in San Luis Potosi, 106, and the Federal District, 908. In order sizes continue Hidalgo, with 99 cases, Veracruz, with 44, and Tlaxcala and Zacatecas, with 33 each.

                          There are also patients Aguascalientes, Baja California, Chihuahua, Chiapas, Colima, Durango, Guerrero, Guanajuato, Jalisco, Michoacan, Morelos, Nayarit, Nuevo Leon, Oaxaca, Puebla, Quer?taro, Quintana Roo, Sonora, Tabasco, Tamaulipas and Yucatan.

                          The report indicates that patients have identified three foreigners, but has not offered details about his current state, their physical location or territory.

                          The Health Ministry also issued the notice of the Ministry of Education on the resumption of classes, starting this Monday May 11, in all schools from kindergarten to high school.

                          In that sense, it broadcasts a manual for managers of schools, as well as a detailed guide of the filters that health will be established at the entrances of schools, to ensure the welfare of children.
                          Notimex

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                          • #73
                            Re: Mexico - case tracking: 56 dead; 2,059 confirmed cases

                            Source: http://www.exonline.com.mx/diario/no...fluenza/596601

                            Google translation:

                            11-May-2009
                            SSA: 2059 cases, 56 deaths from influenza
                            EXCELSIOR.com.mx
                            (08:39 a.m.)

                            Human influenza outbreak has left 56 confirmed deaths in Mexico, informed the Ministry of Health (SSA).

                            The Secretary Jose Angel Cordova Villalobos reported that two thousand 59 official cases of patients with H1N1 virus.

                            Explained that states with the highest number of cases, are the Federal District, Hidalgo, San Luis Potosi, Veracruz and Tabasco.

                            By contrast, Baja California Sur, Coahuila, and Campeche are the only entities in the country where there are sick with influenza.

                            Cordova Villalobos said that the virus continues to trend downward.


                            "The coportamiento of the epidemic continues to decline at the national level (...)", said Health Secretary.

                            He explained that human influenza continues to affect mostly women, but has started to balance out.

                            JRR / eca

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                            • #74
                              Re: Mexico - case tracking: 56 dead; 2,059 confirmed cases

                              Mexico cases jumped by ~ 3000 over the weekend...

                              http://flutracker.rhizalabs.com/

                              are they just starting to get lab results back?

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                              • #75
                                Re: Mexico - case tracking: 58 dead; 2,282 confirmed cases

                                Source: http://eleconomista.com.mx/notas-onl...tan-muertos-58

                                Cases of influenza AH1N1, decreasing, increasing to 58 dead
                                May 12, 2009 - 09:05

                                Health Secretary Jose Angel Cordova, reported "we have confirmed cases 2.282, which we have 58 deaths, 2.5% of all cases and patients with a 2.224.

                                He added that the greatest number of deaths was recorded on April 25 and the last on May 7.

                                By gender, indicated that 58.9% of those killed by the H1N1 virus, the cause of this disease are women and that the City of Mexico, for its population density is the most affected district with 72% of the deaths, followed San Luis Potosi and Tlaxcala (both at the center of the country).

                                C?rdova said the number of infections continues to decline at the national level, with a peak on April 26. "

                                The official stressed the importance of identifying signs of illness in students, because the largest number of infected cases occurred in people younger than 19 years.

                                Vragen

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