Tuesday, June 23, 2009

Egypt: Plague alarming kaafirs Sheikh and suspected cases of bird flu

Avian influenza caused panic in Egypt


Kafr El-Sheikh - Egyptian Ahmed:

Detained hospital fevers Kafr El-Sheikh 5 new cases; on suspicion of bird flu disease bird flu virus, namely: Abdullah Mahmoud Abdel-Fattah (two), and Noor Abdul Rahman Mahmoud (5 years), and Ragab, Mahmoud Abdel-Salam (20 years), and that of Taha Mahmoud (10 years ), and Maha Jamal Mustafa (29 years), The Department of the hospital to take samples from suspects and sent to labs central Ministry of Health.

On the other hand, caused the spread of fleas and rats very much within the province - a result of the recurrence of an explosion of banks and piles of rubbish, the streets, in addition to the absence of an integrated plan for rodent control "rats" - in a state of panic among the citizens, after an outbreak of plague on the Egyptian-Libyan border.

He called on the executive bodies of people need to take appropriate preventive action, and develop a plan to address the crisis to fight the disease, especially with the difficulty of eradication of rats and fleas carrying the deadly plague bacteria.

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