H1N1 virus isn’t finished with us yet

This is just one such report I have seen in the past few days…

Just because Pennsylvania has seen a decrease in cases of H1N1 influenza — aka swine flu — over the last few months doesn’t mean it’s gone.

In fact, it could be here to stay.

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70% of Japanese see need to stock food if H1N1 flu spreads

Monday 07th December, 04:53 AM JST

TOKYO —

About 70% of Japanese consumers believe it is necessary to stock up on food if the H1N1 flu spreads further and they are instructed to refrain from going outdoors, according to a recent government survey. Read More

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Health Experts Say Asthma Sufferers At High Risk For Future H1N1 Pandemics

PITTSBURGH — Health experts predicted another round of H1N1 flu virus cases could hit next year and that people who suffer from asthma are at especially high risk, Channel 4 Action News’ Sally Wiggin reported Wednesday. Read More

  

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Nearly 800 in California hospitalized with H1N1 flu

 

It’s the largest one-week total since flu cases began escalating this fall, state officials say.

Nearly 800 people in California were hospitalized with the H1N1 flu last week, the largest one-week number of hospitalizations since flu cases began escalating this fall, state officials said Thursday.

The number indicates that H1N1 flu, also known as swine flu, continues to be widespread throughout California and remains a significant threat to public health. Read more 

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Two deaths in France from mutated H1N1

The World Health Organisation said on Thursday it was investigating reports of mutations in the swine flu virus, after half a dozen countries recorded cases in which the virus was transforming. Two patients who were infected by a swine flu mutation that was also recently detected in Norway have died in France, health officials say. READ MORE

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Quebec health officials investigating possible death from H1N1 vaccine

Dr. Horacio Arruda, Quebec’s director of public health protection,told a Quebec City news conference on Tuesday that 23 people in the province have had severe adverse reactions to the vaccine. READ MORE

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Two die in China after H1N1 flu vaccine

Source : http://www.channelnewsasia.com/stories/afp_asiapacific/view/1018187/1/.html

BEIJING: Two people died after they were inoculated with the H1N1 flu vaccine in China, health authorities reported, amid wariness among the Chinese about the quality of the shot.

Deng Haihua, spokesman for the health ministry, said in a statement posted on the website late Friday that authorities had been notified of the deaths in the past two days, but he gave no personal details of the victims.

Preliminary results of an autopsy on one of the victims revealed the patient suffered a sudden death due to heart issues and experts had ruled out a link to an allergic reaction to the vaccine, according to the statement.

Deng said final results had yet to be announced, and an autopsy on the second victim was underway.

But he sought to play down the news amid public concern – a survey published by state media in October revealed that over half of Chinese did not plan to be vaccinated as they were unsure about the safety of the shot.

“Specialists say that it is unavoidable that several serious adverse reactions will happen amid the more than 10 million people who have received the vaccine, and the 20, 30, 150 million who will in the future,” Deng said.

China has so far reported 43 deaths from A(H1N1) influenza and more than 65,900 cases of the disease, according to the health ministry.

-         AFP/yb

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Study: H1N1 Vaccine Too Late, Won’t Help Most

The H1N1 vaccine will arrive too late to help most Americans who will be infected during this flu season, according to a study conducted by scholars at Purdue University, The Washington Times reported on Tuesday.

 

The study also estimates that the virus — commonly referred to as the swine flu bug — will infect about 60 percent of the U.S. population READ MORE>>>

 

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CDC Estimates 22 Million H1N1 Cases In US Between April And October

Source : http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2009/11/12/cdc-estimates-22-million_n_355676.html

 

 

The Center for Disease Control and Prevention released estimates today that there have been 22 million H1N1 cases in the U.S. between April and October.

 

The estimates show that between 14 million and 34 million cases of H1N1 occurred between April and October 17, and the mid-level in this range is about 22 million people.

 

The CDC released numbers on Nov. 11 that approximately 4,000 Americans likely have died from swine flu, which was four times more than conservative estimate they’d been using up until now. CDC numbers also show that about 36,000 Americans die of seasonal flu each year.

 

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