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  • #16
    Re: Argentina: 100 fatalities so far

    Originally posted by theforeigner View Post
    April 28, 2009 - First H1N1 case in Argentina

    June 15, 2009 - First H1N1 death in Argentina

    July 7, 2009 - 72 H1N1 deaths in 22 days (from the first death untill July 7, 2009 )

    on an average: 3.3 H1N1 deaths a day in Argentina (from the first death untill July 7, 2009 )


    July 11, 2009 100 H1N1 deaths in 26 days (from the first death untill today )

    on an average: 3.8 H1N1 deaths a day in Argentina (from the first death untill today July 11, 2009 )



    If this kind of calculation is not valid, please tell me, and I?ll not post it anymore.

    I?m just trying to find som kind of way to keep an eye with how much worse the death rates become.
    There are 157 deaths mapped out here

    http://flutracker.rhizalabs.com/flu/...4453125&zoom=6

    but the number will be higher when updated later today.

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    • #17
      Re: Argentina: 100 fatalities so far

      Originally posted by niman
      The 159 is a bit lagging becasue the numbers used for Buenos Aires is the numbers put out by the province, which lists them by location. The current number of Buenos Aires is 64 in the lagging national numbers, and 48 are reported by Buenos Aires province (the 48 are mapped out in the Metro area).
      Then what would you say the "real" number is for the country?

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      • #18
        Re: Argentina: 100 fatalities so far

        Originally posted by Rwilmer View Post
        Then what would you say the "real" number is for the country?
        Around 200 deaths reported/confirmed.

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        • #19
          Re: Argentina: 100 fatalities so far

          So can we predict what the number will be next sunday? 300?

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          • #20
            Re: Argentina: 130 fatalities so far

            Source: http://www.urgente24.com/index.php?&id=ver&tx_ttnews[tt_news]=125652&cHash=98a6c6266a

            Influenza A: 130 dead, Argentina beat Mexico (although the government denies it)

            The amount of first infected and then killed by influenza A, continues to generate discord between the national government, and provincial health experts and nongovernmental organizations. As Minister Manzur mention the 94 dead, reported more than 130 provinces, which already exceeded to Mexico ... And, according to specialists, even the peak of influenza A does not happen.

            | 13/07/2009 | 08:31

            CIUDAD DE BUENOS AIRES (Urgente24) .- This morning the Minister of Health of the province of Buenos Aires, Claudio Zin, again repeating the official discourse in the media. Speaking to 'Radio 10', said to be experiencing a "temporary relief" of the epidemic of influenza A in the Province.

            The official confirmed the decrease in hospitalizations and care of patients to watch, but said that this is because the disease began to withdraw.

            "Clearly, decreasing the number of cases and international consultations. (But) That does not mean it has passed the 'peak' of the pandemic. It may be that there is a slight increase next week," he said.

            He said this lack of specifics is because "the virus has no history of movement in the world." "We are in a situation sort of temporary relief," he added.

            The growth of the controversy and different views among colleagues was that, according to the minister, reached contradictory information society and to grow panic. "So I'm half crazy, reading things that have nothing to do with reality," he said.

            The problem is to know who issued the "conflicting information". Well, the numbers are more specialist, and even the provincial peers who speak for example, a greater number of deaths from influenza.

            In recent days, the NGO M?decins du Monde has warned that "Argentina would be tripling the cases provided by the Ministry of Health." Yesterday, the chief of staff, An?bal Fern?ndez, said that "there has been no information has been hidden at any time" for the epidemic of influenza A. It also came to the crossing of NGOs, stating that it is "a group chant, doctors concluded that there are more dead" than appropriated by the Government.

            Emilio Santabaya, former director of Malbr?n, said in statements to 'Cadena3', "the WHO said the disease would peak in week 29, just when our authorities arranged for the resumption of classes." The specialist also recalled that "in 2004, WHO sent a warning to Argentina about a possible flu epidemic that could be 900 times greater than the value of normal. Epidemics are measured with statistics. When excess limits certain cases, you can warn of an epidemic. He spent five years and Argentina, I knew then that an epidemic was coming, did nothing. "

            Finally, Santabaya out that the epidemic may continue during summer: "It is not very likely. Next year we must take special care because, if the flu mutates, we are in trouble. We depend on the vaccine that could make the countries of the First world. muta If the great pandemic is yet to come. "

            But while the national health ministry on Saturday acknowledged 94 deaths as a result of this epidemic, the provincial Ministries of Health and porte?a confirmed also on a formal, more deaths.

            Indeed, in the provinces reported over 130 deaths by influenza A, which figure to be exceeded in a number of Mexico died from the pandemic.

            The province of Buenos Aires is that tops the list of fatalities with 50, followed by Santa Fe 26, Capital Federal with 10, three missions, and Black River, San Juan, Entre Rios, Neuquen and the metropolitan area with a cases by location.

            Meanwhile, according to the parts of the provincial ministries of Health and the City, there is a difference of at least 39 cases that were not reported by the national portfolio, by Juan Luis Manzur.

            While the government of Buenos Aires on Friday confirmed 75 fatalities from the disease, only 50 to Nation. In the case of Santa Fe, the deaths are confirmed by the province while 33 are contained in Part 26 and the Capital minister Jorge Lemus said that there are 13, more than 10 accounted for Nation.

            Meanwhile in San Juan, the Ministry has confirmed 2 cases when the part contained a single, and in provinces such as Formosa and Santa Cruz that nation do not have fatalities, local health authorities reported 1 and 2, respectively.

            Deaths reported by the Missions, Black River, Neuqu?n and Entre Rios are the only ones that are not in contradiction with the official statistics.

            For its part, according to data supplied by the Institute Malbr?n, the number of times amount to 2928, whereas 2351 were negative, reported the news agency 'DyN.

            Argentina leads the list of countries in South America with the largest number of deaths, with 94 cases confirmed officially. Chile followed with 25, 6 with Uruguay, Colombia and Peru with 4 each, 3 with Paraguay and Brazil with 2.

            Taking into account the figures provided by the provincial ministries of Health, deaths due to influenza would exceed the new 130, the highest number recorded so far in Mexico.

            In the country where the epidemic began, according to the World Health Organization, the dead are 119.

            In contrast, infected in Mexico it is higher than the second in Argentina and continues to the global list, behind USA, with 33,902 patients (unlike the first, with 10,262).

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            • #21
              Re: Argentina: 130 fatalities so far

              Source: http://www.perfil.com/contenidos/200...icia_0012.html

              94 officially reported
              Amount to 110 the number killed by influenza A
              After the health holiday, there were new cases in the provinces of Santa Fe, Tucuman and Santa Cruz. What the authorities said.

              13.07.2009 | 14:01

              In Santa Fe began to decrease the consultations, but the virus is not stopped. | Photo: CeDoc


              The long weekend and public health "before the national government, observed only by some provinces can not seem to have given up: the deaths by influenza A amounted to at least 110 across the country and infected with the virus increases.

              Ten people died in Tucumán in recent days with symptoms compatible with influenza A, today the governor of Tucumán, José Alperovich, at a press conference, while awaiting laboratory results to confirm the pathology. Provincial Health Secretary Alberto Sabaj, said the agency had also DyN 100 inmates with the disease, five of whom were in serious condition, with mechanical ventilation.

              Despite the picture of health, Alperovich refused to be close to bars, tearooms, cinemas, theaters and other meeting places. The governor rejected the possibility of extending the school recess and confirmed that the classes will begin again on July 27. For his part, drew Sabaj DyN that "deaths are not confirmed yet, but patients are admitted with respiratory problems or who had complications with the flu symptoms and ended abruptly, as is characteristic of this virus."

              In Santa Fe eight others died over the weekend, bringing the total deaths in that province to 33, according to health secretary told the Santa Fe Débora Ferrandini at diarioClarín. The official said that the province had approximately 19,800 cases (the highest rate outside the Metropolitan Area of Buenos Aires), but the consultation centers in public and private health started to decline: the guards are working in full but not overwhelmed.

              According to the official news agency Telam, Capital Federal Gran Buenos Aires and 60 were victims of N1H1 influenza, three missions, and San Juan, Black River, Entre Ríos and Neuquén, one each. With the new cases, the list of deaths would amount to at least 110 across the country.

              To this must be added two cases that occurred in the last few days in Santa Cruz province, of which there are still no further information, according to news site The Patagonian.

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              • #22
                Re: Argentina: 145 fatalities so far

                Source: http://www.adnmundo.com/contenidos/n...4_07_09_p.html

                And 145 are killed by the influenza A
                Santa Fe yesterday reported eight new victims for the H1N1 virus, health authorities warned that while he did not spend the peak of the disease. According to official information, there are 94 deaths.

                And 145 are killed by the influenza A

                At least 145 people have died so far in the country because of influenza A, according to unofficial estimates made based on the data circulated by the Ministries of Health in various provinces. At the same time, she did not warn that the peak of the disease, despite the continuing decline of consultations.

                The Ministry of Health in Santa Fe last night reported eight new deaths from flu in the province and reported that 42 people were killed in the district and 696 cases of the disease, particularly in the period between June 27 and 12 July.

                Health authorities in an official report said that 30 of the deceased lived in the city Rosario, Santa Fe capital in six, five in the department and a Reconquista in Venado Tuerto. In turn, the ministry said that Santa Fe ages of the patients who died range from 2 months to 66 years, and 25 were women.

                Controversial figures

                Meanwhile, the continuing controversy over the alleged delay by the Government to update the information. According to the Ministry of Health, there are officially 94 dead across the country because of influenza A, while the amount of deaths reported by the provinces and Federal Capital is about 145.

                Yesterday, the chief of staff, An?bal Fern?ndez, said that "there has been no information has been hidden at any time" for the pandemic.

                Fernandez answered the accusations and said that "there has been no information has been hidden at any time" on the subject. He said that "the type of disease that took TSI (influenza-like illness) has a legal obligation to report it" and that "you can not go hiding that information."

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                • #23
                  Re: Argentina: 148 fatalities so far

                  Source: http://www.lanueva.com/hoy/nota/d605.../22/31859.html

                  New casualties were confirmed in Mar del Plata and Jujuy
                  Cristina Kirchner: "Mortality from influenza A is high because they are made all the figures"


                  The president Cristina Kirchner Argentina evaluated today that shows a high mortality rate for influenza A compared with other countries because they are here to know all the figures, "while health authorities in Jujuy and Mar del Plata confirmed new deaths.

                  The head of state also supported the management of Juan Manzur, after the Health Minister's Office said that in the country were more than 100 thousand people infected with H1N1 virus, in a statement that generated controversy and even some controversy within the same Government.

                  Manzur, for its part, met today with colleagues from five Latin American nations to discuss the impact of the new influenza A/H1N1 in the region and seek a common approach to combat the advance of evil.

                  So far, the disease caused 137 deaths in Argentina, according to government data, although Santa Fe confirmed on Tuesday night and four more fatalities La Pampa announced one after the last part of the portfolio on national health the pandemic.

                  Juje?as Authorities also announced the first death due to influenza A in the province, an adult patient died 22 days after being detained in San Salvador de Jujuy, while in Mar del Plata was confirmed today four new deaths.

                  Therefore, the number of fatalities in the country amount to 149, plus two fatal cases in the federal capital which did not appear yesterday in the official tally.


                  Cristina Kirchner stressed today that the government "has all the figures and no hidden data regarding the progress of the disease, which ranked Argentina in the second place among the nations with more deaths in the world.

                  In addition, the President endorsed the "information" Manzur provides "daily" from the health portfolio and gave a boost to the management of the minister.

                  He said that "is working very well" pandemic influenza A and added: "If we consider that four thousand people die per year from influenza-like illness, is quick to say if we're the first, second or third country. I do not like these rankings. "

                  "I believe that Argentina is second in the ranking because it is really all numbers," said the President.

                  Kirchner made these statements to the press after participating in the mouth of the extraction of a ship sunk in the Riachuelo in the context of sound that make up that river basin and killing.

                  During the ceremony, the head of state was also expressed for the recommendations of "washing hands" to prevent contagion, recalling that "from small" they told the doctors that washing with soap and water is healthier than what is .

                  With the official confirmation of 137 deaths from influenza A, Argentina beat Mexico and moved to second place among nations with more fatalities. United States leads the roster.

                  Precisely this country North America today suggested its citizens to avoid travel to Argentina due to the advance of the influenza A/H1N1.

                  Despite a government initiative to unify the information about the disease and provide data only through the Ministry of Health national health authorities of the river plate today confirmed to the press that the city has recorded four new deaths.

                  So said Secretary of Health of the city, Alejandro Ferro, in statements to the signal cable C5N.

                  In Jujuy, the coordinator of health planning in the provincial Ministry of Health, Marcelo Bellone, provided information about the patient died.

                  "We do not know if there will be a second wave"

                  Minister of Health of the Nation, Juan Manzur, said today that with his Southern Cone "was analyzed and the provision of antivirals will be like behavior pattern of new virus" and that "we have agreed to be cautious, despite the decline in consultations for influenza A, "because we do not know if there will be a second wave."

                  "They also mentioned our concern about the vaccine for the H1 and N1 OPS assured us their active participation to ensure the provision of the vaccine in our region," Manzur said during a press conference at the Foreign Ministry. (Telam)

                  Bolivia will not close the border


                  The health minister of Bolivia, Ramiro Tapia Jorge Sainz, said today that "in no way close the border with Argentina" by influenza A and said "we will work together to prevent disease progression."


                  Bolivian Minister made these statements during a press conference at the Foreign Ministry after the meeting of health ministers of the Southern Cone, where he discussed the regional situation of the pandemic. (Telam)

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                  • #24
                    Re: Argentina: 151 fatalities so far

                    Source: http://www.lanacion.com.ar/nota.asp?nota_id=1151130

                    Cristina Kirchner: "Argentina was the only one who decided to protect the vulnerable"
                    The President defended the health policy adopted after a tour of the hospital Mel?ndez, today the city and the province of Santa Fe confirmed new deaths from influenza A

                    Thursday July 16, 2009 | 12:29 (updated at 19:17)

                    The president Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner said today that "Argentina is the only state that has taken the decision to protect the population highly vulnerable" after touring the hospital Lucio Melendez of Almirante Brown.

                    "We are dealing with a lot of responsibility and scientific rigor. Things are improving and are being served by a very specific," said Cristina, adding that "consultations in the hospital for influenza A were down 50 percent

                    Deaths. Meanwhile, amid the controversy over the criteria for monitoring the cases to the epidemic of influenza A, the provinces today confirmed new deaths.

                    This afternoon, the city of Buenos Aires reported 15 deaths in its territory, 33 confirmed and 3 probable, at a press conference attended by the head of government of the City of Buenos Aires, Mauricio Macri, accompanied by the ministers Health, Jorge Lemus, and Education, Mariano Narodowski.

                    Santa Fe cases of deaths by influenza A province which has registered in recent days amounted to 51.

                    According transpired this morning, the deaths occurred between June 27 and July 15. On these, 9 were deceased residence in Rosario, 35 in Node 1, Venado Tuerto, 5 and 1 in Rafaela Reconquista.

                    Furthermore, it was learned that the age of the fatalities is between 2 months and 66 years, with half of 39. It was also pointed out that 29 are female and 22 male.

                    Tucum?n. The provincial governor, Jos? Alperovich, reported four new deaths, still suspicious, raising to 14 the number of deaths in the state through the bad. The president said that we have a confirmation of the disease by the Institute Malbr?n, but found that all deaths occurred in people who showed symptoms of influenza A.

                    San Luis. Puntano Health Minister, Julio Quevedo, said that in the province examined the deaths of eight people with pneumonia, but still no confirmed deaths in this province.

                    With the collaboration of Jos? Bord?n correspondent in Santa Fe

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                    • #25
                      Re: Argentina: 155 fatalities so far

                      A/H1N1 flu death toll rises to 155 in Argentina
                      17.07.09 04:40
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                      Argentina's A/H1N1 flu death toll rose on Thursday to 155 after health authorities confirmed the death of a 31-year-old male patient in Cordoba province, some 700 km west of Buenos Aires, Xinhua reported.


                      Cordoba's Health Director Oscar Gonzalez said that the patient was hospitalized with flu symptoms on June 11 in the provincial capital. Then his situation went worse.


                      The patients received respiratory assistance, and tested positive for A/H1N1 flu on July 13, said Gonzalez, adding that the victim did not suffer from other major diseases.


                      The latest death was the third from the flu in Cordoba, while the disease has so far killed 51 people in Santa Fe province. Another 101 deaths were reported in the provinces of Buenos Aires, Chubut, Santa Cruz, Misiones, San Juan and the national capital.


                      Since last Friday, Argentina has had the world's second most deaths from the new deadly flu, only after the United States where 211 deaths have been reported.

                      http://news-en.trend.az/world/wnews/1506630.html

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