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  • #16
    Re: France:5 suspected cases: 4 negative + 2 confirmed as of May 12 7:34 am EST

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    Coronavirus: Both patients are "in stable condition that remains very worrisome" (Touraine)

    Published on 17.05.2013, 4:22 p.m.

    The two patients with the new coronavirus in ICU at Lille are "in stable condition that remains very worrisome ," said on Friday to the press, near Tours, the Minister of Social Affairs and Health, Marisol Touraine.

    "I remain, with health authorities, very mobilized because we are here facing a virus whose geographical origin is identified, the Middle East, but the precise origin is unknown," said the minister, in the margin of a trip to Joue-les-Tours (Indre-et-Loire), where she laid the foundation stone of a nursing home (accommodation facility for the elderly).

    "The transmission conditions are poorly defined. International vigilance, not just French, is required," continued Marisol Touraine.

    The minister also announced that she would be present at the General Assembly of the World Health Organization (WHO) on Tuesday. "I'll have a meeting with the Director General of the WHO, which will focus on how to address this risk related to coronavirus," she said.

    http://www.leparisien.fr/lille-59000...13-2812145.php
    "Safety and security don't just happen, they are the result of collective consensus and public investment. We owe our children, the most vulnerable citizens in our society, a life free of violence and fear."
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    • #17
      Re: France:5 suspected cases: 4 negative + 2 confirmed as of May 12 7:34 am EST

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      Coronavirus: the health status of the AulnÚsien still unstable

      Published on 18/05/2013
      By La Voix du Nord

      The health status of the two patients affected by the new coronavirus has not improved, according to a statement from the University Hospital.

      The prognosis of the two patients remains engaged .

      The health status of the second patient, a native of Aulnoye-Aymeries in his fifties, presents a certain instability which requires close monitoring. He was placed on ECMO on Thursday (ECMO: extracorporeal membrane oxygenation membrane).

      The first patient, aged 64 and originally from Englefontaine, shows no signs of improvement of his condition. He still has an extra-corporeal circulation.

      Both men remain hospitalized in the intensive care unit in a room called "under negative pressure" where the atmosphere can not in any way contaminate the rest of the establishment.

      http://www.lavoixdunord.fr/region/co...ia12b0n1258790
      "Safety and security don't just happen, they are the result of collective consensus and public investment. We owe our children, the most vulnerable citizens in our society, a life free of violence and fear."
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      • #18
        Re: France:5 suspected cases: 4 negative + 2 confirmed as of May 12 7:34 am EST

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        Coronavirus: no improvement in the health of both patients

        Published on 20/05/2013
        By La Voix du Nord

        In a statement released yesterday, the Lille University Hospital says that "the two patients coronavirus still no signs of improvement." The hospital said that the two patients are still under extracorporeal circulation taking over functions lung. "While the situation has stabilized, their health is very worrying and very serious," said the University Hospital which will publish new bulletin in the future only if health status of two patients evolve.

        http://www.lavoixdunord.fr/region/co...-ia0b0n1263678
        "Safety and security don't just happen, they are the result of collective consensus and public investment. We owe our children, the most vulnerable citizens in our society, a life free of violence and fear."
        -Nelson Mandela

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        • #19
          Re: France:5 suspected cases: 4 negative + 2 confirmed as of May 12 7:34 am EST

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          Published on 28/05/2013

          Epidemiologically

          Oversight of the new coronavirus (MERS-CoV) infection. Point to 28 May 2013.

          For healthcare professionals: the CAT for reporting possible cases is available at the bottom of the page in the document "Recommendations and case definition (information for clinicians)"

          On 7 May 2013, the first case of acute respiratory infection with novel coronavirus (Middle east respiratory syndrome coronavirus, MERS-CoV) has been reported to InVS by the National Reference Center (NRC) for Influenza Virus Institute pastor who performed the virological diagnosis. It was the first confirmed case in France. This patient was hospitalized due to a holiday in the UAE.

          This new virus was identified in Saudi Arabia in September 2012, in two patients who presented in June and September 2012 severe pneumonia and in some cases acute renal failure. Following this discovery, monitoring has been established under the coordination of the World Health Organization (WHO http://www.who.int/csr/disease/coron...infections/en/) and the European Centre Prevention and Control (ECDC: http://www.ecdc.europa.eu/EN/HEALTHT...ges/index.aspx) to identify other possible cases.

          28 May 2013, 44 cases of infection with the new coronavirus have been reported worldwide since April 2012, 24 have died. The vast majority of cases (n = 32) were identified in Saudi Arabia and eight cases were identified in Europe: four in the UK, two in Germany and two in France. The first case was diagnosed French May 7, 2013 and died. The second was diagnosed May 12, 2013.

          Most of these patients have traveled to the Arabian Peninsula. In France, the first case had stayed in the UAE but the second did not travel. However, it was during his hospitalization, roommates French first case while it was already symptomatic but undiagnosed for MERS-CoV. In the UK, two cases had not traveled in countries at risk but had been in contact with one confirmed case, who had traveled to Pakistan and Saudi Arabia.

          These facts suggest the existence of human transmission of infection. One of the two secondary cases in the UK has developed a mild form of the disease (flu-like syndrome), which may suggest that some symptomatic cases could escape surveillance. However, the data collected so far are not in favor of an important human transmission of this new virus in the community.

          France has been in place since October 1, 2012 coordinated by the Institut de Veille Sanitaire surveillance has received 134 reports about suspected infection SEA-CoV only two have been confirmed by the NRC.

          Following the diagnosis of the first French case, an initial investigation has identified contacts of this patient: 123 people (including 112 health professionals) were contacted. Of these, 7 were symptomatic and were tested: one (a patient who had shared the room the first case) was positive. In addition, a second investigation was conducted with people who have done the same tour the United Arab Emirates as the first case, to look for other cases and investigate the circumstances of the first case of contamination: 38 people were contacted and none showed any signs of infection within 10 days of return.

          A third investigation was implemented to identify the contacts of the second case: 39 people contacts have been identified. From May 12, they received information about the coronavirus, as well as advice on how to behave in case of occurrence of symptoms of infection. They had a daily up until May 19, 10 days after their last contact with the second case. None of those showed any clinical signs of coronavirus infection.

          The virus of the coronavirus family are many and varied. They can infect humans and animals. In humans, symptoms are variable. Coronaviruses can cause mild respiratory infections and other severe respiratory infections. The new coronavirus identified in September 2012 is relatively close to the human SARS coronavirus, identified in 2003, which caused a global epidemic. The SEAS-CoV infection is most commonly manifested by fever and respiratory symptoms may be complicated by acute respiratory distress syndrome. A case with a mild form of the disease (flu syndrome) has been described in England. The incubation period is currently estimated at 10 days.

          The situation is being closely monitored by the WHO and ECDC. Investigations are underway in countries with reported cases to deepen knowledge about the virus. According to WHO and ECDC, based on currently available information, this new virus does not seem to spread easily from human to human, unlike the SARS (Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome) virus. The origin of the contamination of confirmed cases remains unknown at the present state of knowledge.

          In France, the High Council of Public Health published March 19 a document detailing the management of patients with suspected infections with novel coronavirus

          (http://www.hcsp.fr/explore.cgi/avisr...aine?clefr=314).

          This information is subject to change depending on the occurrence of new cases and investigations continue to be conducted with confirmed cases and their contacts.

          http://www.invs.sante.fr/Dossiers-th...au-28-mai-2013
          "Safety and security don't just happen, they are the result of collective consensus and public investment. We owe our children, the most vulnerable citizens in our society, a life free of violence and fear."
          -Nelson Mandela

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          • #20
            Re: France - New coronavirus NCoV: 173 reports, 49 cases classified as possible and collected, 2 confirmed cases including 1 death (as of June 11, 2013)

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            Oversight of the new coronavirus (MERS-CoV) infection. Point to 11 June 2013.

            For healthcare professionals: the CAT for reporting possible cases is available at the bottom of the page in the document "Recommendations and case definition (information for clinicians)"

            On 7 May 2013, the first case of acute respiratory infection novel coronavirus (Middle east respiratory syndrome coronavirus, MERS-CoV) was diagnosed in France. This patient had taken a holiday in the UAE within 10 days before clinical signs. The patient died on May 28 Following this diagnosis, investigations have identified among his contacts, another case of MERS-CoV.

            This new virus was identified in Saudi Arabia in September 2012, in two patients who presented in June and September 2012 with severe pneumonia. Following this discovery, monitoring has been established under the coordination of the World Health Organization (WHO http://www.who.int/csr/disease/coron...infections/en/) and the European Centre Prevention and Control (ECDC: http://www.ecdc.europa.eu/EN/HEALTHT...ges/index.aspx) to identify other possible cases.

            The elements reported to date suggest the existence of human transmission of infection. One of the two secondary cases in the UK has developed a mild form of the disease (flu-like syndrome), which may suggest that some symptomatic cases could escape surveillance. However, the data collected so far are not in favor of an important human transmission of this new virus in the community.

            The virus of the coronavirus family are many and varied. They can infect humans and animals. In humans, symptoms are variable. Coronaviruses can cause mild respiratory infections and other severe respiratory infections. The new coronavirus identified in September 2012 is relatively close to the human SARS coronavirus, identified in 2003, which caused a global epidemic. The SEAS-CoV infection is most commonly manifested by fever and respiratory symptoms may be complicated by acute respiratory distress syndrome. The incubation period is currently estimated at 10 days.

            The situation is being closely monitored by the WHO and ECDC. Investigations are underway in countries with reported cases to deepen knowledge about the virus. According to WHO and ECDC, based on currently available information, this new virus does not seem to spread easily from human to human, unlike the SARS (Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome) virus. The origin of the contamination of confirmed cases remains unknown at the present state of knowledge.

            In France, the High Council of Public Health published March 19 a document detailing the management of patients with suspected infections with novel coronavirus (http://www.hcsp.fr/explore.cgi/avisr...sdomaine?clefr = 314).

            International situation 11/06/2013 (a): 55 cases (31 deaths) since April 2012 in 7 countries:
            Germany: 2 cases (1 death)
            Saudi Arabia: 40 cases (25 deaths)
            France: 2 cases (1 death)
            Italy: 3 cases
            Jordan: 2 cases (2 deaths)
            UK: 4 cases (2 deaths).
            Tunisia: 2 cases (most probable case died)

            Situation in France: 173 reports, 49 cases classified as possible and collected, 2 confirmed cases including 1 death

            (A) according to the WHO report

            This information is subject to change depending on the occurrence of new cases and investigations continue to be conducted with confirmed cases and their contacts.

            http://www.invs.sante.fr/Dossiers-th...u-11-juin-2013
            "Safety and security don't just happen, they are the result of collective consensus and public investment. We owe our children, the most vulnerable citizens in our society, a life free of violence and fear."
            -Nelson Mandela

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            • #21
              Re: France - New coronavirus NCoV: 48 cases negative , 2 confirmed cases (including 1 death), one case being analyzed

              InVS
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              Oversight of the new coronavirus (MERS-CoV) infection. Point to 19 June 2013.

              Excerpt:

              Situation in France

              Total: 194 records, 51 cases were classified as possible and removed. Among them:

              48 cases were negative
              2 confirmed cases (including 1 death)
              One case is being analyzed (18 June 2013)

              http://www.invs.sante.fr/Dossiers-th...u-19-juin-2013
              "Safety and security don't just happen, they are the result of collective consensus and public investment. We owe our children, the most vulnerable citizens in our society, a life free of violence and fear."
              -Nelson Mandela

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              • #22
                Re: France - New coronavirus NCoV: 2 confirmed cases including 1 death, one case being analyzed (August 20, 2013)

                Hattip Biological

                InVS -

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                Oversight of the new coronavirus (MERS-CoV) infection. Point to 20 August 2013.
                ...

                International situation 20/08/2013 (a): 94 cases (46 deaths) since April 2012 in 8 countries / emirates:
                Germany: 2 cases (1 death)
                Saudi Arabia: 74 cases (39 deaths)
                Emirates Arable States: 5 cases
                France: 2 cases (1 death)
                Italy: 3 cases
                Jordan: 2 cases (2 deaths)
                UK: 4 cases (3 deaths)
                Tunisia: 2 cases (most probable case died)

                (A) according to the WHO report

                Situation in France 20/08/2013

                Total: 253 records including 7 cases symptomatic contacts of confirmed cases and 57 possible cases (a total of 64 possible cases of which 63 were tested). Of these 63 cases tested:
                60 cases were negative
                2 confirmed cases (including 1 death)
                1 case being analyzed (20 August 2013)

                This information is subject to change depending on the occurrence of new cases and investigations continue to be conducted with confirmed cases and their contacts.

                http://www.invs.sante.fr/Dossiers-th...u-20-aout-2013
                "Safety and security don't just happen, they are the result of collective consensus and public investment. We owe our children, the most vulnerable citizens in our society, a life free of violence and fear."
                -Nelson Mandela

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                • #23
                  Re: France - New coronavirus NCoV: 2 confirmed cases including 1 death, one case being analyzed (August 20, 2013)

                  Coronavirus: the 2nd french patient still in a serious condition

                  AFP - the second patient french who had been reached by the coronavirus SEAS but is no longer carrying the virus, is still hospitalized in Lille in a serious condition, it was learned on Wednesday with the CHR of Lille. 'It is still hospitalized in resuscitation, without isolation procedure, with a state of health which remains serious', stated to AFP a spokesman of the CHR. It is more than three months that this patient has been hospitalized in Lille, where he had been placed in a first time in quarantine, before exiting toward the mid-July. The patient had been contaminated end of April then that he shared at the hospital in Valenciennes the house of the first patient reached in France, fell ill on his return from a trip to Dubai.

                  The first patient died on May 28, when he was hospitalized in resuscitation in Lille since May 9.

                  http://www.france24.com/fr/20130821-...s-etat-serieux

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                  • #24
                    Re: France - New coronavirus NCoV: 2 confirmed cases including 1 death

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                    Coronavirus : one year later, the second patient is still hospitalized

                    Published on 22/05/2014
                    By Mr. C. Di

                    A year ago, it was anxiety. An inhabitant of Englefontaine near Quesnoy , contracted coronavirus . Until then, the disease was confined to the Middle East. It had touched thirty people and killed eighteen . This Northerner of 65 year old was the first confirmed case in France .

                    Everything went very quickly. On April 17, the Englefontainois returned from a trip to Dubai . On April 22, he went to the hospital in Valenciennes , thinking he was suffering from digestive disorders. Signs of respiratory failure appear six days later ... Before being placed in isolation, the patient had shared a night in the room of another patient. An inhabitant of Aulnoye- Aymeries of 51 year old .

                    Airborne transmission , Avesnois contracts coronavirus in turn . On May 13 , he was placed under assisted ventilation by respirator. " We are very concerned because he is no longer capable of providing oxygen requirements without the aid of a respirator ," said Professor Daniel Mathieu , head of division resuscitation CHR Lille .

                    The first patient died on May 28 of " multiple organ failure ". The second remained in serious condition . He remains hospitalized at the University Hospital of Lille. "He is in follow-up care. His condition is stable , " says the regional health agency . " He is no longer in intensive care , the hospital confirmed . It is no longer in isolation since the end of last year. He is no longer carrying the virus , or even contagious. But we do not yet know if eventually he will leave the hospital or recover the autonomy to go home. "

                    http://www.lavoixdunord.fr/region/co...-ia0b0n2155934
                    "Safety and security don't just happen, they are the result of collective consensus and public investment. We owe our children, the most vulnerable citizens in our society, a life free of violence and fear."
                    -Nelson Mandela

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                    • #25
                      France: Death of a man contaminated by the coronavirus in 2013

                      Hospitalized in Lille in 2013, a man had contracted the coronavirus. He died at the end of the week, according to medical sources.



                      A french man contaminated in 2013 by the coronavirus died at the end of the week, according to medical sources. In 2013, the coronavirus concerned in France. A man is hospitalized in Valenciennes (North) on 23 April, on his return from a trip to Dubai. Its contamination by the new coronavirus is confirmed on 7 May and he died a few days later. His neighbor of house has also been infected by the virus. But in August 2013, the institution where he is supported announced that he is no longer carrying the virus. Nevertheless, it remains in a serious condition. It is he whose death is today announced. According to the regional agency of health, his death would not be linked directly to the coronavirus.

                      http://www.medisite.fr/a-la-une-fran...3858.2035.html

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