Wednesday, June 12, 2013

#A/H1N1 Vietnam: Confirmed 4 Employees Justice Department


TTO - morning 12-6, Nguyen Thi Nhu Mai, director of the Center for Preventive Medicine Tien Giang province, has determined that an additional positive cases with A/H1N1 influenza virus. 

So from 8 to 12-6 has identified four cases of A/H1N1 flu in people are insulated to keep track. These cases are employees of the Department of Justice in Tien Giang province.
Day 8-6, Centre for Preventive Medicine provinces receive information identified one case of influenza A/H1N1 infection being treated at French Hospital - Vietnam, Ho Chi Minh City and two suspected cases of infection due to the same agencies. The center has sent medical personnel to conduct local control measures, prevention at the agency where the suspect.
10-6, Center for Preventive Medicine provinces continue to guide two employees of the Department of Justice to disease manifestations Hospital to Tien Giang center health checks. After sending the sample hospitals, HCM City Pasteur Institute has so far sent four results confirmed cases of influenza A/H1N1 identified.
"By this time the province has four cases of influenza A/H1N1 infection but are stable health. The infected cases were identified from the initial isolation for monitoring treatment at the hospital so far has not recorded new cases of suspected infection. Center continues to monitor the health status of the agencies where the disease while implementing measures to propagate and guide people to implement preventive measures to avoid disease spread through the community, " - Mrs. Mai said.
Mr. Pham Van Chinh, deputy director of Tien Giang Department of Justice, said the initiative was proposed facility employee health checked as soon as the first detected cases of influenza A/H1N1 infection.
"Currently the agency is still working normally. The health unit has secured the pathogens handled in an agency for people interested in this contact. We also require employees to wear surgical masks to people peace of mind when consulting the staff, "Mr Main said.

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