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    The victim lived in the neighborhood Colquiri and into the Viedma hospital on Wednesday night, died on Thursday by the deadly influenza A or influenza, forcing health authorities to declare high alert.

    Director of Epidemiology Department Health Services (Headquarters) of Cochabamba, Ephraim Vallejos, confirmed this morning the death of the young, who withheld his identity because of the serious effects of the disease. He said the victim suffered from chronic heart disease, for which he was admitted to the therapy room where they also confirmed that carrying the deadly disease in its terminal phase, so that it could not do almost anything.

    The authority said that as of this morning still had doubts about the causes of his death. 'There are no more doubts, the young man died from the effects of influenza A and not by their heart disease, "he added.


    Vallejos said the niece two years also had the symptoms of influenza A. However, she was only hospitalized for a few hours and was discharged for his slight improvement.

    The authority Locations of Epidemiology reported that from June to date, more than 50 cases reported, the same that overcame the effects of the disease. Currently there are no patients in the hospital Viedma.

    'There are over 50 confirmed cases of influenza A, but the situation is not comparable to anything in the pictures recorded in the departments of Chuquisaca, Santa Cruz or where evil grew dangerously. In Cochabamba everything is under strict control and surveillance, "he added.

    Cochabamba Vallejos said that the number of suspected cases rose to 240 in recent days and the people who tested positive, rose from Monday to Thursday from 40 to 50.

    Before the death of the young and the five confirmed cases in the last hours of venues authorities the Ministry of Health requested the immediate provision of doses of H1N1 influenza vaccines, because there is not one.

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    Up to 51 confirmed H1N1 cases


    Departmental Health Service (Headquarters) confirmed 51 cases of H1N1 flu. This week, laboratory tests were positive for at least 11 people. On Monday the report was 40 cases and the Thursday afternoon killed one person responsible for the epidemiology enfermedad.El Venues, Efrain Vallejo, reported that patients are controlled and outside peligro.A turn, explained that he issued alarm, or intensify the prevention and control, just hope the people through personal health and hygiene can take care of the infection. Sabsa Meanwhile staff at the airport and the Viedma Hospital began to use masks and gloves yesterday.


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    1st reported death from influenza A in Cochabamba

    Departmental Health Service (Headquarters) reported yesterday the death of a 21 years because of the flu A/H1N1.Sin However, the Ministry of Health officials prefer to await the results of the retest to verify whether the death was caused by the influenza virus or whether it was due to heart problems padec?a.El Locations director, Guido Sanchez, reported that the boy died yesterday morning at Viedma Hospital, where he was admitted to the emergency Wednesday night, cr?tico.Seg?n state the medical report, the victim began showing symptoms of the flu a week ago, but did not seek medical attention and remained in his domicilio.S?nchez said the niece also died two years the symptoms Influenza A and became case number 50, people with confirmed influenza in Cochabamba.
    However, she was only hospitalized for a few hours and was discharged by the Cochabamba mejor?a.En number of suspected cases rose to 240 in recent days and the people who tested positive, rose from Monday to Thursday from 40 to 50.

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