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  • JimO
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    At least five San Angelo deaths blamed on flu

    At least five San Angelo deaths blamed on flu

    SAN ANGELO, Texas ? State officials are urging the public to get vaccinated for flu shots during the 2013-2014 flu season.

    Influenza can lead to a stay in the hospital or even death.

    Locally, five deaths have been attributed to influenza, according to Lyndy Stone, marketing director at Shannon Medical Center. A news conference will be held at Shannon this afternoon with Dr. Irvin Zeitler, vice president of medical affairs, with more information regarding the deaths.

    ...more

    http://www.gosanangelo.com/news/2014...ibuted-to-flu/

    Note - San Angelo is in Tom Green County

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  • tetano
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    Re: Influenza takes two lives in Laredo (TX)

    Authority confirms only one death from A-H1N1

    Laredo, TX.- If there is a case of death due to influenza in Laredo, but it is not the double death of a father of 55 years and his daughter of 26, cases which published the media, but of a man of 40, totally alien to the before mentioned. "The people identified as Jose Ramos and Sasha, They are not confirmed as a disease of swine influenza or Swine Flu, but had died by other ills, such as a heart attack on the part of the Lord, who said that his wife Jezreel from surgery, and then, four days after dying. The lady apparently, because of another chronic disorder that is still being investigated, waiting for the report from their private physicians," said Dr. Hector F. Gonz?lez, holder of the Municipal Health Department of Laredo.

    http://elmanana.com.mx/noticia/18513...por-AH1N1.html

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  • Shiloh
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    Laredo TX: H1N1 deaths of 2 family members unconfirmed by authorities

    Source: http://laredosun.us/?p=1697

    H1N1 deaths unconfirmed by authorities
    Posted By Ana on Jan 7, 2014 | 0 comments

    LAREDO, TX ? . The City of Laredo Health Department has only reported one H1N1 influenza death.

    At least two people have died from H1N1 in Laredo, Texas according to Candy Ramos.

    The news channel KGNS reported this week that a family in Laredo lost two of its members due to this disease .

    Laredoan Candy Ramos says her husband and daughter died from H1N1 influenza disease, also known as swine flu...

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  • tetano
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    Family of Nacogdoches Co. H1N1 victim: 'Carol should never have been in jail'

    NACOGDOCHES, TX (KTRE) -

    It's been just over a week since 53-year-old Carol Moore, a Cushing man, died of h1n1. Already his family is speaking out to enlighten people of two glaring problems surrounding his death.

    ..


    http://www.ktre.com/story/24378052/f...1-victim-carol

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  • JimO
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    Two Flu-Related Deaths Reported in Garland

    Two Flu-Related Deaths Reported in Garland

    Dallas County flu deaths climb to at least 10
    By Frank Heinz
    Monday, Jan 6, 2014 | Updated 5:43 PM CST


    The Garland Health Department says two flu-related deaths have been reported in the city.

    According to the city, both of the patients were younger than 50 and "had no known underlying health conditions that would have contributed to infection or death."

    ...more

    http://www.nbcdfw.com/news/health/Tw...238970931.html

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  • JimO
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    Denton County reports 3rd flu-related death

    Denton County reports two flu-related deaths

    DENTON -- The Denton County Health Department confirmed two flu-related deaths in Carrollton on Monday.

    One of the deaths was a female pediatric patient with underlying health conditions who had not received a flu shot.

    The second patient was a man in his 70s who also had underlying health conditions. It is unclear whether or not he had received a flu vaccine.

    http://www.wfaa.com/news/local/Dento...238958231.html

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  • tetano
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    Influenza takes two lives in Laredo (TX)




    Laredo, TX.- At least two persons died from influenza H1N1 in Laredo, Texas, affirmed famliares of victims. "Despite the fact that the Department of Health in Laredo, Texas, brings only a dead by influenza A-H1N1, a family of Laredo lost two of its members allegedly due to this disease," reported the news channel KGNS this weekend. The laredense Candy Ramos says her husband and her daughter died from the disease of influenza A subtype H1N1, also known popularly as the swine flu or "swine flu". His daughter Sasha Ramos, 26 years, she had several days of gargante pain and symptoms similar to the flu. Her husband Jose Ramos, who was recently operated, also contracted.


    http://elmanana.com.mx/noticia/18439...-informan.html

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  • NS1
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    Re: 18 cases of H1N1 flu in Hidalgo County

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    Last edited by NS1; January 14, 2014, 07:23 PM. Reason: Redacted by Author upon discovering consolidation by moderator.

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  • Shiloh
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    TX: 1 Dead Of Flu In Williamson County

    Source: http://www.keyetv.com/news/features/...ty-15307.shtml

    1 Dead Of Flu In Williamson County
    Updated: Friday, January 3 2014, 05:20 PM CST

    One person in Williamson County has died from complications of the flu. Scott & White Round Rock Hospital confirmed the death late Friday. On Thursday St. David's HealthCare said eight people have died at its Travis County hospitals...

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  • Shiloh
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    TX: Coryell County man dies from flu

    Source: http://kdhnews.com/news/coryell-coun...a4bcf6878.html

    Coryell County man dies from flu; death toll could be higher
    Posted: Friday, January 3, 2014 11:31 am
    Wendy Sledd | Herald staff writer

    COPPERAS COVE ? An elderly Coryell County man is the first reported death in this area from the flu. But there may be more unreported deaths from the season virus outbreak.

    A Coryell County man who was in his 60s died of the flu at the VA Hospital in Temple, a Bell County Health Department report confirmed on Thursday...

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  • tetano
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    TX: St. Joseph Hospital Reports Two Cases of H1N1 Flu Virus

    BRYAN, Texas H1N1 Flu cases are on the rise in Texas with several deaths and now people are coming down with the illness in our area.

    St. Joseph Hospital recently treated two people for H1N1 including one of their own employees who is a nurse practitioner in Navasota.

    ...



    http://www.kbtx.com/home/headlines/S...1.html?ref=591

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  • tetano
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    Central Texas Health Officials Confirm Flu Death

    BELL COUNTY (January 2, 2014) Bell County Public Health District officials confirmed that an area resident died of the flu Thursday.

    Lacy Sanders, the county's disease surveillance coordinator, confirmed that a 60-year-old Coryell County man died Thursday morning at the Temple Veteran's Administration Hospital of the flu.

    It was the first confirmed flu death in Central Texas, Sanders said.

    The victim suffered from a compromised immune system, but Sanders could not elaborate on the condition.

    http://www.kwtx.com/home/headlines/C...1.html?ref=171

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  • Shiloh
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    Re: TX: Flu-related deaths in Travis Co. - 8 this season

    Source: http://www.keyetv.com/news/features/...co-15281.shtml

    Flu-Related Illnesses Kill 8 In Travis Co.
    Updated: Thursday, January 2 2014, 02:34 PM CST

    The explosion of influenza cases continues in Austin and the surrounding area. And health officials say eight people have died in the current flu season in Travis County...

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  • Shiloh
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    TX: At least 6 deaths from H1N1 in Hidalgo Co.

    Source: http://www.themonitor.com/news/local...a4bcf6878.html

    Official: Multiple swine flu deaths in Hidalgo County this season
    Posted: Thursday, January 2, 2014 11:38 am

    At least six people in Hidalgo County have died, including a 7-year-old child, from the H1N1 virus, according to Hidalgo County Health and Human Services Director Eddie Olivarez...

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  • Shiloh
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    TX: Flu-related deaths in Travis Co. - 8 this season

    Source: http://www.khou.com/news/texas-news?...&fDomain=10232


    Health officials on high alert after third flu death
    by JESSICA VESS / KVUE News and KVUE.com Staff
    khou.com
    Posted on January 2, 2014 at 10:27 AM
    Updated today at 10:29 AM

    TRAVIS COUNTY -- Health officials in Travis County are on high alert after a third person died from the flu.

    In December two people died in Austin from the H1N1 strain of the virus. Now the Health Department confirms a third death. We don't know much about the victim except that they were over 65 years old.

    Health officials are closely monitoring flu cases right now. The rate of infections in Texas is among the worst in the country...

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