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Roundup: Myanmar faces two influenza attacks in rainy season - Xinhua

Roundup: Myanmar faces two influenza attacks in rainy seasonXinhuaYANGON, Aug. 1 (Xinhua) -- Myanmar is facing two influenza attacks in the rainy season of July, namely A/H1N1-2009 (swine flu) and H5N1 (bird flu), with the prior case claiming the lives of 10 people and the latter leaving 5,000 chickens culled. The ...and more »

Two more deaths reported due to H1N1 virus - Mizzima News;

Two more deaths reported due to H1N1 virus - Mizzima News

Mizzima NewsTwo more deaths reported due to H1N1 virusMizzima NewsWith two more deaths from H1N1 influenza yesterday, the death toll has reached 12 or 5.6 percent of those who have been confirmed to have the virus, state media reported quoting the Ministry of Health and Sports. Two patients receiving treatment for ...and more »

Swine flu kills cop, 3rd death in 12 days - Times of India;

Swine flu kills cop, 3rd death in 12 days - Times of India

Times of IndiaSwine flu kills cop, 3rd death in 12 daysTimes of IndiaCHANDIGARH: A head constable died of H1N1 influenza at Government Medical College and Hospital, Sector 32, on Monday, taking the death toll from the swine flu virus to three since July 20. Recommended By Colombia. Jasbir Singh, 56, was brought to ...and more »

Myanmar: H1N1 influenza death toll now 10 - Outbreak News Today;

Myanmar: H1N1 influenza death toll now 10 - Outbreak News Today

Outbreak News TodayMyanmar: H1N1 influenza death toll now 10Outbreak News TodayThe outbreak of H1N1 influenza in Myanmar, that began more than one week ago, has resulted in at least 10 fatalities, according to a Reuters report Monday. generic influenza virion 3D influenza/CDC. The situation has got so bad that Myanmar health ...and more »

Swine Flu Claims 10 in Myanmar (Reuters - MedPage Today

Swine Flu Claims 10 in Myanmar (ReutersMedPage TodayFour more people died from H1N1 influenza, or swine flu, in Myanmar, bringing the death toll from the latest outbreak to 10 people, reported Reuters. The outbreak began more than a week ago and has primarily affected the people of Yangon, Myanmar's ...and more »

Death Toll From H1N1 Influenza Rises to 12 in Myanmar - Radio Free Asia

Death Toll From H1N1 Influenza Rises to 12 in MyanmarRadio Free AsiaA Myanmar woman wears a surgical mask while riding a public bus during an outbreak of the H1N1 influenza in Myanmar's commercial capital Yangon, July 26, 2017. AFP. A dozen people have died and 62 others have been confirmed as infected with the ...and more »

56-year-old man dies of swine flu in Chandigarh - Daily Pioneer

56-year-old man dies of swine flu in ChandigarhDaily PioneerA 56-year-old man died of swine flu at a hospital here today, a health official said. The deceased, who was diabetic and had hypertension, died at the Government Medical College and Hospital in Sector 32 here. “The patient was referred from the ...and more »

Airborne & deadly - Daily Pioneer;

Airborne & deadly - Daily Pioneer

Daily PioneerAirborne & deadlyDaily PioneerA cumulative analysis of this flu infection trends done by the National Institute of Virology shows that cities in the Indo-Gangetic heartland like Delhi, Kolkata, Pune, Lucknow, among others, are more susceptible to Swine Flu during the rainy season ...and more »

Docyard | Go for annual flu vaccination - Daily Pioneer;

Docyard | Go for annual flu vaccination - Daily Pioneer

Daily PioneerDocyard | Go for annual flu vaccinationDaily PioneerHot and humid climatic conditions around this time of the year often result in people falling sick. When symptoms like fever, cough, cold, sore throat, running nose or fatigue begin to show, most of us take self-medication for treatment of flu. However ...and more »

Myanmar: Swine flu virus claims more lives - Anadolu Agency;

Myanmar: Swine flu virus claims more lives - Anadolu Agency

Anadolu AgencyMyanmar: Swine flu virus claims more livesAnadolu AgencyTwo more people have died of H1N1 virus in Myanmar, health authorities said Monday, bringing the total number of deaths in the recent swine flu outbreak to 12. A total of 287 people have been hospitalized with severe acute respiratory infection in ...and more »

Resurgence of swine flu in India - BSA bureau (press release)

Resurgence of swine flu in IndiaBSA bureau (press release)2017 has seen a sharp rise in the number of swine flu cases in comparison to 2016. Dr DT Mourya, director, National Institute of Virology. At least 600 people have died and over 12,500 people have been affected by the deadly swine flu outbreak in India ...and more »

H1N1 cases on the rise, doctors advise medical treatment - Republica

H1N1 cases on the rise, doctors advise medical treatmentRepublicaKATHMANDU, July 31: The number of Influenza virus type 'A' (H1N1) patients in the capital and other parts of the country is on the rise. Two patients succumbed to this viral disease medically known as 'swine flu' in the period of two months. According ...and more »

Myanmar swine flu outbreak kills 10 as Government rushed to stop spread - ABC Online;

Myanmar swine flu outbreak kills 10 as Government rushed to stop spread - ABC Online

ABC OnlineMyanmar swine flu outbreak kills 10 as Government rushed to stop spreadABC OnlineTen people have died in an outbreak of H1N1 influenza in Myanmar, a health official has said, as the Government stepped up public awareness campaigns about the swine flu virus. Key points: Ten people have died in outbreak that began more than a week ...and more »

Myanmar's largest spirit festival postponed after swine flu outbreak - Southeast Asia Globe;

Myanmar's largest spirit festival postponed after swine flu outbreak - Southeast Asia Globe

Southeast Asia GlobeMyanmar's largest spirit festival postponed after swine flu outbreakSoutheast Asia GlobeMyanmar people wear masks as they walk in front of the Yangon General Hospital in Yangon, Myanmar, 26 July 2017. Photo: EPA/Lynn Bo Bo. Those looking forward to the bizarre mix of tradition, cross-dressing and festive fun of Myanmar's Tuang Byone Nat ...and more »

H1N1 Outbreak Kills Three More in Yangon - The Irrawaddy News Magazine;

H1N1 Outbreak Kills Three More in Yangon - The Irrawaddy News Magazine

The Irrawaddy News MagazineH1N1 Outbreak Kills Three More in YangonThe Irrawaddy News MagazineYANGON — Three more people died of H1N1 influenza on Sunday in Yangon, raising the total number of H1N1 deaths to 10, according to the Ministry of Health and Sports. The health ministry's Department of Public Health reported on Sunday evening that ...and more »

Myanmar swine flu outbreak kills 10 - SBS

Myanmar swine flu outbreak kills 10SBSAt least 10 people have died of swine flu in Myanmar, prompting country to seek aid from the World Health Organisation. The Ministry of Health confirmed three people admitted in hospitals in Yangon died during the weekend after contracting the virus, ...and more »

Three more die of seasonal influenza - ReliefWeb

Three more die of seasonal influenzaReliefWebAdditional lab test from 2 pm on 29 July to 2 pm yesterday found 10 out of 44 suspected patients were infected with seasonal influenza A(H1N1) pdm09. Two patient admitted to Yangon General Hospital on 15 July, and on 28 July respectively and another ...and more »

Announcement on Avian Influenza cases in Myanmar - ReliefWeb

Announcement on Avian Influenza cases in MyanmarReliefWebAvian Influenza cases occurred in Myanmar for the first time in 2006, and so far eight cases have happened in the country up to 2016. Taninthayi Region An outbreak of avian flue at a farm in Wekyunhteinthit Ward in Dawei, Dawei District was announced ...and more »

WHO: H1N1 outbreak not alarming - Myanmar Times;

WHO: H1N1 outbreak not alarming - Myanmar Times

Myanmar TimesWHO: H1N1 outbreak not alarmingMyanmar TimesThe World Health Organization said the H1N1 outbreak in Myanmar has not reached an alarming state as the government has taken proactive steps to contain the spread of the disease. Dr Jost says adequate measures are in place to tackle the outbreak.and more »

Two more test positive for swine flu - Himalayan Times

Two more test positive for swine fluHimalayan TimesTwo more patients were confirmed to have been infected with swine flu in two separate hospitals in Kathmandu today. An 18-year-old boy receiving treatment in Sukraraj Tropical Infectious Disease Hospital and a 65-year-old man admitted in Tribhuvan ...and more »