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  • Uruguay: One patient died of H1N1 flu in Artigas

    This Tuesday a patient died of H1N1 flu in the department of Artigas, according to the departmental director of Health, Emilio Toma. The man was 50 years old and had not been vaccinated against the disease. "We are disappointed that there are deaths due to influenza when in Uruguay we have a vaccine for that disease," lamented Jorge Quian, undersecretary of the Ministry of Public Health (MSP), at a press conference on Tuesday. As reported, the injectable that is distributed free of charge in Uruguay covers, among several other viruses, the one that caused the death of man.

    https://www.elobservador.com.uy/un-p...tigas-n1266072

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    A 65-year-old man died in Artigas from the H1N1 flu

    A person of 65 years died in Artigas after contracting the H1N1 flu and the number of deaths in the department rises to two. While another person is in a delicate state, but his symptoms are "confusing", so a study was conducted to confirm or rule out that it is a new case of H1N1. This was reported to Monte Carlo radio by the departmental director of Health of Artigas Dante Emilio Toma, who added that the deceased did not have the vaccine.

    http://www.radiomontecarlo.com.uy/20...la-gripe-h1n1/

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