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  • Quintana Roo: Cases

    Source: http://sdpnoticias.com/sdp/contenido/2009/05/18/400803

    They note that there will QROO human deaths from influenza
    Today 10:44 --

    Chetumal, May 18 (EFE) .- The head of the state health services, Azueta Juan Carlos Cardenas, said that Quintana Roo remains unrecorded human deaths from influenza, discarded after two suspected cases.

    He explained that after a thorough analysis of samples of two deaths, the National Institute of Epidemiological Diagnosis and Reference (INDRE) revealed that these samples resulted in negative influenza A/H1N1.

    Indicated that to date have been channeled to this institute 145 samples, of which 121 were negative and 24 positive human influenza virus A/H1N1.


    He assured that the institution continue treating all suspected cases of human influenza, by all means of prevention.

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    Source: http://sdpnoticias.com/sdp/contenido/2009/05/29/409892

    Validate more cases negative for human influenza QROO
    Today 18:02 --

    Chetumal, May 29 (EFE) .- The number of cases validated by the National Institute of Epidemiological Diagnosis and Reference (INDRE) was 179 negative and 29 positive for human influenza, reported the State Health Department.

    In court on Friday May 29, to date there are 52 cases under study and validation by Indre, and 208 samples have been analyzed.

    In the last 24 hours there have been two incomes and four were discharged, resulting in six people including two inmates are serious, two sensitive and two in pre-high.

    To date, the state of Quintana Roo no deaths have been presented by influenza A H1N1.

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    • #3
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      Source: http://sdpnoticias.com/sdp/contenido/2009/06/12/420606

      Suman 71 positive cases of human influenza in Quintana Roo
      June 12, 2009 - 18:23 --

      Chetumal, 12 Jun (Notimex) .- In Quintana Roo reported 71 positive cases of influenza virus to humans, with a trend stationary, reported the State Secretariat of Health (SESA).

      In a statement, the head of the agency, Juan Carlos C?rdenas Azueta, said that of 310 samples tested, 239 were negative and 71 positive to the virus, and 12 hospitalized, a serious and sensitive 11.


      Said it is important to note that surveillance should continue in all schools, as well as efforts to maintain active filters and school hygiene measures throughout the state geography.

      The state official said that to date there have been no human deaths from influenza in the state.

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      • #4
        Re: Quintana Roo: Cases

        Source: http://sdpnoticias.com/sdp/contenido/2009/06/19/425830

        Two confirmed cases of human influenza QROO; add 84

        June 19, 2009 - 17:40 --

        Chetumal, 19 Jun (Notimex) .- The head of the state health services, Azueta Juan Carlos Cardenas, reported that the Institute of Epidemiological Diagnosis and Reference (INDRE) confirmed two new positive samples of influenza virus to humans.

        In a communique, said that to date have been channeled to INDRE 360 samples, of which 276 were negative and 84 positive to the virus.

        The state official said that in the last 24 hours there have been five income hospitalization and five high, so the number of patients remained under observation at 15, four of which are serious and sensitive 11.


        According to the document, the date all around the state have not been produced by human influenza deaths.

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        • #5
          Re: Quintana Roo: Cases

          Source: http://yucatanalamano.com/noticia/co...n-quintana-roo

          Google translation:

          191 confirmed cases of influenza in Quintana Roo AH1N1
          Published on 2009-07-02

          All set for the summit Update Influenza A

          CANCUN. With 191 confirmed cases of influenza type AH1N1, Quintana Roo arrived at the summit Update on Influenza A "Lessons learned and preparing for the future" which opens Thursday at the Moon Palace hotel.

          Interviewed during the registration of participants to the aforementioned international summit, the secretary of health in the state Azueta Juan Carlos Cardenas said that following the outbreak of the disease in the Sunna south-southeast of the country, increased the positive cases in Quintana Roo.

          He also explained that in addition to confirmed cases, there are 222 suspects, and so the samples were sent to the Institute of Epidemiological Diagnosis and Reference (Indre) for analysis.

          He added that because all patients have been treated in a timely manner, there has been no death due to influenza AH1N1 in the state, said that there are sufficient reserves of medicines to address all cases that arise.

          As for the 191 confirmed cases of the disease that are monitored, not only to patients but to the people closest to patients, so that they are not infected, explained that for every confirmed case There are 4 to 5 people in touch, so it is necessary to watch for early symptoms of the disease, if they were sick.

          Moreover, as the summit because of influenza, said it is a great recognition to the actions taken in the country, that the meeting to share experiences about the disease takes place in Mexico, and it will be a good message for tourism which takes place in Cancun.

          As reported, the summit participants from over 40 countries on all continents, the conference will take place this Thursday and Friday 2 and July 3.

          Source: Diario de Yucatan

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          • #6
            Re: Quintana Roo: Cases

            Breaking News



            WORLD: World health officials tackle swine flu challenges Posted 3:25 p.m.

            By The Associated Press Thursday, July 02, 2009



            CANCUN, Mexico ? Swine flu is running wild in the Southern Hemisphere and is spreading rapidly through Europe, with Britain projected to reach 100,000 daily cases by the end of August. The virus is even showing signs of rebounding in Mexico.

            World Health Organization Director-General Dr. Margaret Chan and health ministers from around the globe huddled Thursday in Cancun for a two-day summit to design strategies for battling the pandemic. Nations attending include the United States, Canada, China, Britain and Brazil.

            ?As we see today, with well over 100 countries reporting cases, once a fully fit pandemic virus emerges, its further international spread is unstoppable,? Chan said during opening remarks.

            Mexican officials wanted the meeting held in the Caribbean resort city of Cancun ? where tourism has plunged ? to highlight the country?s success in controlling its epidemic with a five-day national shutdown of schools and businesses in May.

            The measures were applauded by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and international health officials.

            ?Our presence here is an expression of confidence,? Chan said. ?Mexico is a safe, as well as a beautiful and warmly gracious, place to visit.?

            But Mexico is starting to see an increase in swine flu cases in isolated areas. In southern Chiapas state and the state of Yucatan ? adjacent to Quintana Roo state, where Cancun is located ? cases have jumped more than 50 percent in a worrying sign that the country may see a resurgence, especially when its winter flu season begins in November.

            In the space of a week ending Tuesday, the number of cases in Yucatan state jumped from 683 to 1,362, and in Chiapas from 492 to 1,079, Mexico?s Health Department said. During the same week, Quintana Roo reported 102 new cases.

            Yucatan and Chiapas officials blamed the spike on outbreaks in schools, which they closed a few weeks early for summer break.
            http://www.carrollcounty.com/article...challenges.txt

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            • #7
              Re: Quintana Roo: Cases

              Source: http://www.yucatan.com.mx/noticia.asp?cx=15$1026000000$4119643&f=20090721

              It is confirmed the first death from influenza in Quintana Roo

              The patient died earlier this month


              Antonia Alvarado Rusca
              5:09 p.m.

              CANCUN .-- On Tuesday the National Institute of Epidemiological Diagnosis and Reference (INDRE) confirmed the first human death from influenza in Quintana Roo, which occurred earlier this month, apparently in the northern state.

              According to data provided by the State Health Department, are currently 21 patients hospitalized in different medical units of the entity, of which five are reportante serious and sensitive 16.

              Also INDRE was reported that the 24 samples tested over a suspected influenza, which were negative, according to court information for 13 hours on Tuesday.

              According to information generated by the INDRE to date have been analyzed from Quintana Roo 712 suspected samples of which 421 have proved negative and 291 positive influenza H1-N1, and now 231 cases remain under study.

              It is noteworthy that in the three states that make up the peninsula, Quintana Roo was so far the only confirmed deaths not reported for the H1-N1 virus, while in Yucatan have been eight confirmed deaths and one in Campeche, but this was for reasons associated with the disease, ay that the patient suffered other ills.

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              • #8
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                Source: http://www.eluniversal.com.mx/notas/625968.html

                Quintana Roo dismisses 'red light' for Influenza
                The secretaries of Health and State Education say that in this back to school have not had any reports of cases of the virus AH1N1


                Silvia Hernandez / Correspondent
                El Universal
                Chetumal, Q. Roo Friday September 11, 2009
                15:21

                The educational and health authorities of Quintana Roo believe that influenza is alert but can not speak of a "red light", because they still do not register a new outbreak of the disease in schools or in the population general.

                Eduardo Patron Azueta, Secretary of Education stated that this return to classes have not had any reports of cases of influenza.

                "We continue working with the Health Ministry and teachers to continue with preventive measures and hygiene in schools to ensure students' health," he said.

                While Azueta Juan Carlos Cardenas, said Health Secretary epidemiological surveillance has not diminished, it remains, especially in schools.

                "The first filter has to be effective parents and detect if their children attend any symptoms immediately to health center. Schools must also check daily if a student has any symptoms of this disease," said .

                He spoke of the need to get used to living with the flu and so has the community of Quintana Roo with viral illnesses such as dengue.

                "We have to coexist with this type of disease and building up a culture of self-care, especially to viral diseases how are you" he said.

                Quintana Roo has only reported one death from human influenza A H1N1, but in 2008 recorded 15 deaths of children from acute respiratory infections and so far this year, has the report of 11 deaths from this cause.

                Juan Carlos Cardenas said Azueta average daily five cases detected influenza in the state.

                The Health Ministry reported that in May total sent to date to analyze 169 samples thousand National Institute of Epidemiological Diagnosis and Reference, Indre, of which 621 have tested negative to positive and 548 human influenza.

                On Thursday there were 20 people hospitalized in the state, of which one was reported as serious and 19 frail.

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                • #9
                  Re: Quintana Roo: Cases

                  http://www.yucatan.com.mx/noticia.asp?cx=9$1051040000$4152827&f=20090912

                  Most schools closed for influenza A

                  In Quintana Roo say there is still no hot spots




                  12/09/2009
                  Just start the school year and activities are already affected by the apparent resurgence of cases of influenza AH1N1 in several states.

                  In Sinaloa, Culiacan yesterday morning with an eerie quiet in the streets. The temporary suspension of classes for 266.000 students of all levels, due to the high number of suspected cases of human influenza, reduced traffic to a minimum.

                  Only a few parents who were unaware of the provision to remove from this Friday until next Wednesday, September 16th, 1.407 classes in schools were presented with their children before 7 pm.

                  Secretary of Education and Culture of the State, Florentino Castro L?pez, explained that the health measure due to the fact that detected more than 600 students, mostly elementary, with flu like symptoms associated with influenza AH1N1. This temporary suspension affects only two days the official calendar of classes, due to bridge the patriotic festivities, but will have to make adjustments for replacement and meet the 200 days of classes.

                  In Sonora, Health and Education authorities of the institution closed in recent days eight campuses of various levels as confirmed 45 cases of influenza virus AH1N1 among students. The secretariats of Public Health (SSP) and Education and Culture (SEC) stated that closed the eight campuses, six belong to the municipality of Puerto Pe?asco and the remaining two to Hermosillo. By contrast, in Quintana Roo the educational and health authorities believe that influenza is alert but can not speak of a "red light", because they still do not register a new outbreak of the disease in schools or in the general population. Eduardo Patron Azueta, Secretary of Education, said this back to school have not had any reports of cases of influenza.

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                  • #10
                    Re: Quintana Roo: Cases

                    http://portada.elobservadordiario.co...5778&Itemid=44

                    Intensify measures against human influenza in Quintana Roo
                    Chetumal, Quintana Roo
                    November 14, 2009
                    Multimedia American News Agency
                    The State Health Department has intensified its preventive work to prevent the spread of Influenza Type A (H1N1) and getting priority attention to schools, where daily have high concentrations of students, seeking thereby to maintain a healthy society, said the secretary Azueta Juan Carlos Cardenas. The official explained that had been strengthened and information dissemination campaigns throughout the State, while you are working with agencies like the Ministry of Education to prevent students and schools, they become points of infection and transmission the virus that causes the disease.

                    Azueta Cardenas, said that, although influenza is a treatable illness and that most people who get cured, its symptoms are very similar to seasonal influenza, which causes confusion with the common cold among society .

                    Said influenza is an acute disease of the airways and now with the onset of cold temperatures and constant cold fronts that are affecting the State, there are conditions conducive to its spread and transmission, so called not to reduce society Guard and from the houses, becoming the first filter of their children.

                    It is necessary, he said, apply and practice of hygiene measures to avoid contagion, therefore, has strengthened the advocacy, information and dissemination of preventive measures, although since the onset of the disease are widespread, is necessary to constantly remind society to maintain their application.

                    Influenza is spread from person to person through saliva droplets expelled by sick people when they talk, sneeze or cough over another without covering their mouth and nose, by sharing utensils or food from a sick person or to greet hand or kiss a sick person. Also when we touch contaminated surfaces and then we get the hand to mouth, nose or eyes, all that we should remember him daily, he said.

                    It also urged the public to bear in mind always the most common symptoms of influenza, which are fever greater than 38.5 degrees Celsius, sore throat, headache, aching bones and muscles, malaise and decay, runny nose , bloodshot eyes and even abdominal pain and diarrhea.

                    Finally, Azueta Cardenas called on society to care for his health from his home and go to health centers immediately think they have the first symptoms of the disease. "We must make a common front, to keep in Quintana Roo to a state with a healthy population and that we will succeed only with the participation of the citizenry," he said.

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                    • #11
                      Re: Quintana Roo: Cases

                      http://www.exonline.com.mx/diario/no...bacalar/779013

                      Normal closure in Bacalar

                      CANCUN .- was detected 13 cases of suspected human influenza A H1N1, the Health Secretary of Quintana Roo, Azueta Juan Carlos Cardenas, confirmed that he ordered the temporary closure of the Regional Education Center Normal (CREN) Bacalar.

                      The work stoppage began yesterday and runs until next Monday 23 November. Cardenas Azueta clear that it is the only school in Quintana Roo has suspended activities on the human influenza virus in the school year 2009-2010.

                      The state official said he "strongly suspects are 13 cases of influenza A H1N1, of whom the sample was collected to corroborate the diagnosis," were detected very early in the week thanks to surveillance.

                      Descartes claims, but did not deny that these cases signify the beginning of a resurgence.

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                      • #12
                        Re: Quintana Roo: Cases

                        http://www.milenio.com/node/322963

                        Influenza outbreak reported in Bacalar Q. Roo

                        The 13 suspected cases officially reported by the Health Department may increase, the education authorities reported that another 12 students are treated for symptoms of the disease.

                        Mon, 16/11/2009 - 16:35
                        Cancun .- Given the threat that AH1N1 influenza virus spreads in southern Quintana Roo, health authorities implemented a health siege after detecting more than 25 suspected cases in the Regional Education Center Bacalar Normalista Javier Rojo Gomez the director of the campus, UC Rafael Sosa.

                        The 13 suspected cases officially reported by the Health Department may increase, the education authorities reported that another 12 students are treated for symptoms of the disease.

                        He explained that second review that made doctors sent by the Ministry of Health, said 25 cases suspected as a result.

                        UC Professor Sosa said last week that school students showed symptoms of human influenza virus, the first revision and thirteen cases were confirmed in a second review 12 other pupils were diagnosed.

                        The state health secretariat said the outbreak, with a tendency of infection led to decide to install a sanitary fence, which is kept under control for families and people who had contact with those affected, to contain the spread of the virus.

                        On Friday, the Secretariat of Education suspended classes and recommended to the school population and teachers do not go to campus to conduct a sanitation and cleaning operation will end on Friday 20.

                        Medical Center director of Bacalar, Wilbert Leciano Sources said that since the health contingency by the Human Influenza Virus in Bacalar 11 cases were detected positive.

                        In the center reported increased acute respiratory disease, 83 queries last week, 24 were cases associated with these ills of people living in towns of Bacalar or Bank of the Rio Hondo on the border with Belize.

                        For now suspects and analyzed 23 cases in total 394 thousand samples have been analyzed, of which 732 were negative and 662 positive to AH1N1.

                        The weekend earnings were reported six new cases to the hospital and five were discharged, the number of inmates sum 31, of which four reported serious and 27 sensitive

                        Fernando Meraz / Correspondent Millennium

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                        • #13
                          Re: Quintana Roo: Cases

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

                          Recorded further spread of influenza in Q. Roo
                          Flu alert - Tuesday 15 December (09:55 hrs.)


                          It mainly affects people between 19 and 30 years
                          There are 683 infected in the entity


                          El Financiero en l?nea

                          Chetumal, December 15 .- The State Health Secretariat reported that the average age of highest incidence of infection by human influenza in the state fluctuates between 19 and 30 years, and ensure prompt and effective care of this disease in Quintana Roo.

                          Referring to the 683 cases reported in the entity, the holder of that unit, Azueta Juan Carlos Cardenas, recalled that the main average age of those who have been treated as having the virus is young.

                          But he said, are also susceptible children with kidney problems, asthma and those with obesity, hypertension or diabetes.

                          For now, guaranteed, treatment is sufficient to serve the population, but people need to remember to wash your hands often, cover your mouth with his forearm in case of sneezing and attend their nearest health center if you have symptomatology associated with evil.

                          According to the department, to court yesterday, the National Institute of Epidemiological Diagnosis and Reference (INDRE) sent the result of 26 local cases referred for testing, of which 22 were negative and four positive for influenza virus A ( H1N1).

                          Thus, the number of samples increased to thousand 455, 772 positive and 683 negative.

                          Until yesterday afternoon, the medical units of the entity reported six income and gave 10 high, with 23 hospitalized, totally fine, although none was serious.

                          Reliance reported that to date, throughout the geography of Quintana Roo, only one death has been filed by human influenza. (Con informaci?n de Notimex / CFE)

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                          • #14
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                            http://thisbluemarble.com/showpost.php?p=280919

                            pretty severe pneumonia
                            People all over the resort were dropping like flies. A lot of workers were off sick as well.
                            I'd lay on the beach and just listen to people cough.
                            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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