20 February 2016 /20:28 UTC-07 Tango 01 (02 Esfand 1394/12 Jumada al-Ula 1437/14 Geng Yin 4714)
European Center for Disease Prevention and Control reports half of its 50 member countries are dealing with a sudden increase in flu cases.
Armenia: 18 deaths caused by H1N1, so far.
Canada: In Saskatchewan an H1N1 outbreak was reported at a potash mine. At least five case at the K+S Potash Legacy Camp, two people hospitalized.
Cyprus: The island country reports a father of two died from H1N1 a week after being admitted to hospital. He was admitted to a privately run hospital, which failed to take X-rays or detect a secondary infection in time to stop his death. He was the second person to die from H1N1, dozens of people are hospitalized.
Belarus: Despite the UN World Health Organization (WHO), U.S. CDC and the European Center for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) claiming the eastern European country is hard hit by H1N1, the government says ’tis not so. President Alexander Lukashenko says the WHO, CDC and ECDC are assuming there’s an epidemic only because Belarus is sandwiched between Russia and Ukraine which are suffering a flu epidemic. Health administrators report fewer influenza cases than in January 2015, saying so far only 30 people have been confirmed to have the flu!
Bosnia-Herzegovina: Two women killed by H1N1, six people hospitalized.
Finland: 19 people have died from H1N1-pdm09 since the beginning of the Gregorian year 2016. At least 146 people hospitalized. Finnish National Institute for Health and Welfare expects a tripling of influenza cases this year.
Georgia: At least three people dead from H1N1. 292 people confirmed infected with H1N1.
Greece: Five people died from H1N1 in the past 24 hours. 115 people have died from H1N1 since the beginning of the year! 356 people have been hospitalized. Hellenic Center for Disease Control & Prevention says the majority of people who’ve died had other health problems and were not vaccinated, however, they admitted that at least 5% of those who died were vaccinated.
India: Health administrators are reporting fewer cases and deaths by H1N1, compared to the same time last year. A study by the Civil Hospital concluded that one of the best ways to protect yourself from influenza (besides vaccinations) was a high animal protein diet (makes sense because your anti-bodies are 100% animal protein, they can’t use veggie protien). Such a diet is even more important for moms who breast feed their children: “These days even mother’s breast feed to infants has to be supplemented with trace nutrients and iron for the well-being of the infant and his increased immunity. The immunity comes from the food, habits and lifestyle of breast-feeding mothers.”-Mona Desai, pediatrician
Iran: Health administrators report the biggest outbreak of H1N1 in their country, ever. 112 people dead since November 2015.
Ireland: 15 people have died from flu, 11 from H1N1. 460 people hospitalized, at least half with H1N1-pdm09. Health Protection Surveillance Centre reports 757 cases of flu last month, compared to only 312 cases in January 2015. The Irish Medical Organization has declared Ireland’s healthcare system in danger of collapse, caused by reduced taxpayer funding and an exodus of doctors from The Emerald Isle: “Five years ago, we moved heaven and earth to rescue failed Irish banks; surely we can now do the same to rescue the Irish health service on which all of us ultimately depend. What we need now is an immediate investment programme, followed by a period of sustained funding so that we can repair the damage done.”-Ray Walley, doctor
Jamaica: The island country reports one person died after getting infected with H1N1, but doctors implied there were other complications. At least nine people hospitalized with H1N1.
Lebanon: After four people died of H1N1 panic buying of medical supplies resulted, now there is a shortage of Flumivir and Tamilflu treatments. The Ministry of Health reports a 20% increase in flu cases compared to last flu season.
Libya: In the U.S.-EU-NATO destabilized country health administrators are urging people to get vaccinated, but at the same time say reports of an epidemic are just rumors.
Lithuania: Heath administrators report a fourfold increase in flu cases compared to the same time last year. 22 municipalities have declared epidemics, last year only five municipalities were dealing with epidemics of influenza. So far three people killed by H1N1.
Malta: The island country reports 97 H1N1 cases in January 2016 (double the number of flu cases for all of 2015), with two prisoners dying. Health administrators noted that 72,835 people have been vaccinated so far this year.
Northern Ireland: In the British colony, seven people died from H1N1 since September 2015. At least 150 cases of H1N1.
Pakistan: At least 33 people died from H1N1, since 01 January 2016. More than 1-thousand people infected.
Palestine: Four people in the West Bank confirmed dead by H1N1. So far 355 cases. H1N1 first appeared in Palestine in 2010.
Russia: ‘Lawmakers’ are blaming U.S. Operation Jupiter (JUPITR) for an epidemic of H1N1 in their country. At least 126 people dead since December. At the end of January, the city of Yekaterinburg shutdown the schools to try and prevent the spread of the virus.
Trinidad & Tobago: Health administrators ordered 50-thousand doses of influenza vaccine. They say they need at least 116-thousand doses to fight the expected H1N1 outbreak. 46-thousand people have already been vaccinated. Eight people have died of H1N1. Health administrators say their battle with Zika virus is making the situation more difficult.
Ukraine: In the U.S.-EU-NATO destabilized country at least 315 people have died since the influenza season officially started, mainly from H1N1. In January an epidemic was declared. Schools have been shutdown. Health administrators claim none of the people who’ve died were vaccinated.
United Kingdom: Leicester Royal Infirmary reports at least 14 cancer patients are now infected with H1N1. Glenfield Hospital reports three people hospitalized with H1N1. Royal Berkshire Hospital has four people in isolation with H1N1.
A teenager who was vaccinated for influenza when he was ten was recently awarded $173-thousand USD in damages because the Pandemrix vaccine gave him narcolepsy. He now falls asleep even when eating, walking and swimming.
United States: Fresno County, in California, reports two deaths caused by H1N1. County health administrators are concerned, calling the deaths “unusual” in that the victims might have been vaccinated for H1N1. No other details about the victims were released.
San Diego County, California, reports one death by H1N1. The man did not have any other health problems. Doctors claim he was not vaccinated.
In the U.S. state of Indiana, the Putnamville prison hit by H1N1. At least 40 prisoners infected, one died. Health administrators admitted that at least three of the infected had been vaccinated. They admitted that vaccination rates for prisoners was higher than normal, but those getting sick are young and healthy. They describe a lethal mix of infection with the H1N1 virus and the MRSA bacteria. Watch the video of the press conference for more info.
Currently there are no vaccines approved for children less than 6 months old. The majority of flu vaccines for children are for children three years or older, and usually need more than one shot before they’re considered effective.
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