Thursday, June 11, 2009 - 18:40
Dr. Abdel Rahman Shahin, official spokesman of the Ministry of Health on the No. 12 hit with the swine flu Egyptian child a U.S. citizen at the age of one and a half years, was coming from the state of Minnesota for the U.S. through London on British Airways, and arrived at Cairo International Airport on 7 June, accompanied by his mother.
وأضاف المتحدث الرسمى فى بيان عن وزارة الصحة أنه قد لوحظ أثناء متابعة الطفل وأسرته بمحل إقامتهم بالإسكندرية من قبل الفريق الوقائى ظهور عليه أعراض الاحتقان بالحلق والرشح، على الفور تم نقله إلى مستشفى بالإسكندرية وإعطائه عقار التاميفلوا وحالته الصحية مستقرة.
His official spokesman said in a statement by the Ministry of Health, it was observed during the follow-up to the child and his family's place of residence in Alexandria by the emergence of the Prevention Team throat symptoms of congestion and cold, were immediately transferred to a hospital in Alexandria, and to give drug Altammivloa and stable condition.
وأوضح أنه تم أخذ عينات من المخالطين للطفل وهم الأخ والجد والجدة والعاملة وإرسالها للمعامل المركزية لتحليلها والتأكيد من خلوها من المرض.
He has been taking samples from contacts of the child they are brother and grandfather and grandmother, and labor and sent to the central laboratories for analysis and confirmation is free of the disease.