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    Re: More information on the origins of this (Oaxaca)

    A/Texas/15/2009 is the child who died in Houston, while yes he is Mexican, he contracted the illness from someone in Houston most likely....

    23 Month old toddler from Mexico City. Become ill on 4/8/09.

    They flew from Mexico City to Matamoros on the third. Then drove over to Brownsville on the same day. They spent the weekend in Brownsville. They stayed at a local hotel and visited family on the west side of the city.

    "The aunt told me that when they arrived Friday April 3rd there were no symptoms the boy was ill, no display of the flu virus."

    From April 5th through the 8th the family went to Houston. There, the mother and aunt went to the doctor's office for a medical examination for themselves. The boy went along and the child was in good medical condition. Then on April 8th the family says the boy become ill with flu-like symptoms.

    My gut says this is NAFTA flu... Designed in the US --- Manufactured in Mexico --- Imported from Mexico for cheap American consumption.


    • #32
      Re: More information on the origins of this (Oaxaca)

      Originally posted by Laidback Al View Post
      Maybe the sample is from the other individual that reportedly died in Oaxaca about the same time.

      Name: Silvano Jaen Palomeque
      Home Location: <st1:city w:st="on">San Juan</st1:city> Teotalcingo, <st1:city w:st="on">Santiago</st1:city> <st1:place w:st="on"><st1:city w:st="on">Choapam</st1:city>, <st1:state w:st="on">Oaxaca</st1:state></st1:place>
      Sex: M
      Age: ?
      Onset: ?
      Hospital Admission: ?
      Hospital: Hospital General “Dr. Aurelio Valdivieso”
      Outcome: Died, ?
      Maybe Silvano is one of these untested patients?
      Dr. Jesus Salcedo, director of the Dr. Aurelio Valdivieso General Hospital,...A day after Salcedo learned from the Canadian lab that Gutierrez had swine flu, two other patients died of pneumonia in the Oaxaca hospital. They weren't tested for swine flu because they didn't show atypical symptoms, Salcedo said.
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