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Old July 9th, 2012, 04:02 PM
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They raised for 11 the number of persons killed by the virus H1N1, when was known as a pig flu, in Minas Gerais. The informations were spread by the General office of Level of health. They are two victims in the city of Uberlândia, two in the city Pedrinópolis, and a person killed in the cities of Waterfall of Mines, Coromandel, New Mines, Steps, Pathos of Mines, Holy Victory and Are Gonçalo of the Sapucaí.
One of the last registered cases belonged to a 59-year-old man, that it died in the last day 18 of June in Steps, in the South of the State. He was interned at the Holy Home of Compassion of the city from the beginning of last month. In accordance with the advisory body of the local town hall, the result of the examination that confirmed the cause of the death arrived in the day 22.
This is the third death registered in the South region in the period of one month. Others two victims were fois 15 and 16-year-old adolescents, that they died in Cheerful Landing, in the Hospital Samuel Libânio.

http://noticias.r7.com/minas-gerais/...-20120709.html
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Old July 9th, 2012, 04:18 PM
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One more person dies victim of the flu A in the region, the third death in the South of Mines this year. The victim this time was a 59-year-old man, he was interned from the day 11 of June in a hospital of Steps and it died in the day 18, but the confirmation of the cause of the death went out today, on Monday, day 9.

A 55-year-old woman who was living in Cape Verde, also in the South of Mines, died in Saturday, day 7, with suspicion of the flu H1N1, she was interned in a hospital of Wells of Hot springs from the day 22 of June. The Vigilance Epidemiológica of that city sent, in the day 29 material for the Foundation Ezequiel Dias, in Belo Horizonte. The result must still go out this week. In the death certificate, it says that the victim had multiple insufficiency of organs and grippal sharp serious syndrome.

Besides the death confirmed today, more two cases were already confirmed: that of the 15-year-old adolescent of Saint Gonçalo of the Sapucaí, who died in the day 23 and a 16-year-old student of Waterfall of Mines, who died in the day 5 of this month. Both were interned in the Hospital Samuel Libânio, in Cheerful Landing.

In Lavras, according to the chief of the Vigilance Epidemiológica, Vanessa Abraão, exists a case of the newly born one that is interned in the ICU (Unity of Intensive Treatment) with suspicion of the flu A H1N1. Vanessa said also that the child is isolated and that material was gathered and sent for the Foundation Ezequiel Dias to be valued. The child has 27 days of life.

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Minas Gerais has 15 deaths confirmed by Flu H1N1

Minas Gerais registers 15th death as a result of the Flu H1N1. Besides the fatal victims, the virus Influenza TO H1N1, already reached another 38 persons, The confirmation of the cases was given in the afternoon of Wednesday (12) by the General office of State of the Health (CATHEDRALS). According to the organ, another 46 cases are under investigation, being that one of them turned already in death, being able to be the 16th case.

The confirmed deaths took place in Cape Verde, in the South of Mines, Frutal and Lime tree of the West, in the Mining Triangle and in Pathos of Mines, in the Tall Paranaíba. In accordance with to CATHEDRALS, all the deaths are concentrated in these three regions of the state. The organ emphasized that these are areas with lower, favorable temperatures to the propagation of the virus.
Of the editorial staff, with informations of State of Mines

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State general office of Health confirms death for H1N1 in Frutal, MG

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Suspect cases of H1N1 already five in Tres Pontas

The cases of flu H1N1 it has been leaving the South of Mines in alert. That happens because of 38 cases registered in Minas Gerais, 15 persons died and 11 victims were between 10 and 59 years old, in other words, were not making part of the group of vaccination.
In the city of Three Tips (MG), in 2011, nobody had the flu. Already in this year, they are five suspect cases, being that three of them are not included in the respected groups of risk.
In this city, a 44-year-old man died, in the last weekend, with suspicion of the flu. A 22-year-old boy also was interned by suspicion of the flu. He was treated and it already received rise. The results of the examinations of these two patients must go out in 15 days.

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MG: cases of Flu A raise again

The General office of Level of health informed, yesterday, that there was new growth in the number of confirmed cases of Flu Her in Minas Gerais. Up to now, already 48 cases were registered in the mining state of the disease caused by the virus H1N1.

Yesterday, the general office confirmed new seven cases. The local authorities of the mining interior with more incidents are Uberlândia, in the Triângulo Mineiro, and Porto Alegre, in the South of Mines – each one with eight. Next, Wells of Hot springs, with 6, e Belo Horizonte, with 5 confirmed cases.

The number of 48 cases confirmed in Mines is already a 71 bigger % than the registered one in the whole last year, when 28 were the incidents. The discrepancy is still bigger in comparison with 2010, when 10 cases were registered. The number of deaths caused by the virus H1N1 also frightens if compared with two last years. 15 deaths were already registered in this year, before 4, in 2011, and 3, in 2010.

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Three suspect cases of swine flu treated in the HC and UPA Abadia

Hospital of Clinics of the Federal University of the Triângulo Mineiro (UFTM) received yesterday two pregnant women with suspicion of flu H1N1, being one with seven months of gestation, which arrived of Frutal in serious state, and other one without gravity, waiting for a baby of three months, and resident of High Fields. Besides, the hospital waits for the possible transfer of a third case of suspicion that submitted in Abbey CAPRIOLES.
In agreement with the infectologista of the HC, Cristina Hueb Barata, the pregnant woman of bigger risk has 30 years of age. “ Doctors of Frutal already gathered the material for examination there same and she is in state gravíssimo. It arrived and it is already in treatment with mechanical ventilation and in isolation. There is great suspicion of being the flu H1N1 even. And there had just arrived another pregnant woman of three months, of High Fields, also with suspicion, which is already in treatment, which is still not intubada ”, it affirms.
The doctor points out still that the pregnant woman of High Fields is 29 years old, it reached the Hospital of Clinics in the dawn of this Thursday (26) and was directed to evaluation of picture. Though his state also is serious, the young person still does not need appliances to breathe, but the infectologista does not discard the possibility of the pregnant woman to evolve into a picture of risk

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General office of Health of MG confirms 21 deaths for H1N1 in 2012


The General office of Level of health of Minas Gerais confirmed in this Wednesday (1º) that 21 persons died already in the state because of the flu H1N1 in 2012. In accordance with the spread swinging, already 52 cases were registered in Mines.

According to the general office, seven deaths are under investigation. The biggest number of incidents of H1N1 was registered in the age group from 40 to 49 years. They were 19 persons contaminated by the virus and nine deaths.

The cities with more incidences were Wells of Hot springs, in the South of Minas Gerais and Uberlândia, in Mining Triangle, with eight cases each one. The biggest number of deaths was already registered in Pedrinópolis, in the Tall Paranaíba, and Uberlândia, in the Mining Triangle – two in each one.

http://g1.globo.com/minas-gerais/not...1-em-2012.html
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SoH confirms 6th death for H1N1 in the South of Minas

The State General office of Health of Minas Gerais confirmed the 6th death for flu H1N1 in the South of Mines. The sixth victim is a 44-year-old man of Three Tips, who died in the day 15 of July. Altogether, already they are 21 deaths for the flu in Minas Gerais.

Others five deaths confirmed by consequence of the disease in the South of Mines were registered in Cape Verde, Waterfall of Mines, Steps, Saint Rita of the Sapucaí and He is Gonçalo of the Sapucaí. Besides this, the General office of Health confirms that another 11 suspect cases were notified in Wells of Hot springs, Cheerful Landing and Three Hearts.

The cases of flu H1N1 notified in the whole healthy state 52.

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Death in Hospital of Caratinga can have been caused by virus H1N1


To give more details on the death of a 34-year-old boy of
age, in the last Saturday (04/08), in the Hospital Our Lady Auxiliadora in
Caratinga, the advisory body of the institution talked with the team of journalism of
Super Channel.
The man was in Portugal and there are 2 months it reached Brazil and it was living in
Inhapim. He submitted in the hospital in Thursday (02/08) previously with vomiting
and fever. There was suspicion of flu H1n1 or fever maculosa. The cause of the death goes
to be indefinite, since the blood of the boy was it collects for analysis and it was
stored in the unjust form and not to be able to pass by tests.
To be sure on the death and it confirms the virus of the influenza A,
only with necropsia.

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Belo Horizonte registers first death for swine flu in 2012

It raised for 22 the number of persons killed by the virus H1N1 (pig flu) in Minas Gerais. The information was spread in a swinging spread by the General office of State of the Health (Cathedrals), in the end of the afternoon of this Thursday (9).
The victim, who had not the revealed identification, is of Belo Horizonte. It was the first case of death for the disease registered in the capital, where five cases of pig flu were already confirmed.
In accordance with to Cathedrals, another three deaths possívelmente caused by the virus are still under investigation. It has mines, at present, 53 confirmed cases of the disease. Other 234 are being investigated.

http://noticias.r7.com/minas-gerais/...-20120809.html
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Six suspect cases of H1N1 in Divinopolis

Six suspect cases of the flu H1N1 were registered up to the moment in Divinópolis. In accordance with the general office of Health up to the moment of six cases in analysis, three were already discarded, in other words, they gave negative for the virus of the influenza and a decision still hopes for answer. But two cases were confirmed, a person, of the masculine sex with 39 years of age and this person it is interned. Even with two confirmed cases, the general office of Health affirms that it is not a reason for panic. The population must continue with the measures of prevention, which independently of the period must be taken during the year all.

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First confirmed death in the year for flu A in Divinópolis, MG


The General office of Health of Divinópolis, in the Middle West of Minas Gerais, spread in the afternoon of this Friday (17) the confirmation of the first death in the year for the virus H1N1 in the city.
In agreement with the director of the Vigilance in Health of the city, Adriana Gomes, the confirmed case belongs to a 81-year-old lady, that it died there is one week. She was a resident of the District Esplanade and it had not been vaccinated against the flu A.

As the director was confirmed also the second case of flu A in the city, a 39-year-old man who is interned.

http://g1.globo.com/minas-gerais/tri...opolis-mg.html
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Number of deaths for swine flu trebles in MG in one month

In only one month, the number of dead men for the virus H1N1 spread by the State General office of the Health of Minas Gerais (CATHEDRALS-MG) trebled. In the swinging of this Wednesday (22), the briefcase confirmed one more death as a result of the disease. The last case was registered in Betim, in metropolitan region of BH.
With another victim confirmed in Tuesday (21), in Divinópolis, in the mining western-centre, the State already has 29 deaths and 81 cases in 2012. In July, they were only eight victims and 28 registers of the disease. More 173 cases and 14 deaths are being investigated.
The statistics show that the deaths are seven times more than 2011, what had four deaths and 28 cases, and nine times more than 2010, that it registered only three victims and 10 contaminated ones.

http://noticias.r7.com/minas-gerais/...-20120822.html
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Case of swine flu confirmed in Joao Monlevade

John Monlevade confirmed the first case of Flu To (H1N1) known like pig flu, in this year. The result of the examination of gathered material of patient infected with virus which caused the disease was directed by the Foundation Ezequiel Dias (Funed) to the Vigilance in Health (Visa) of the local authority in this Tuesday, 21.


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It raises for 34 the number deaths for swine flu in Minas

Three new deaths by pig flu were confirmed in Minas Gerais, according to swinging spread by the General office of Level of health (Cathedrals), in this Wednesday (5). In the total, 34 persons died already as a result of the virus H1N1 in the State in 2012. The last cases were registered in the cities of Belo Horizonte, Judge of Out and Mountain.
In accordance with the data of the Cathedrals, 96 persons had the disease in the State. Most of the victims were between 40 and 59 years old, age group where 19 deaths were already registered by the virus. Another 179 cases are still under investigation.
In the last lifting spread in the day 29, there had been confirmed 31 deaths and 90 cases of the virus H1N1.


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Secretary of Health of MG registers 35 deaths for H1N1 in 2012

The General office of Level of health (CATHEDRALS) informed, in this Wednesday (19), that the number of deaths as a result of the virus H1N1 passed for 35, in this year, in Minas Gerais. The last death was registered in Privets, in the South of the state.
In accordance with the swinging spread by the CATHEDRALS, 122 cases were already written up in mining local authorities in 2012. The cities with bigger incidence of the disease are Belo Horizonte, with 25 registers of infection, and Cheerful Landing, in the South of Mines, with 18. The mining capital, where three persons died due to the flu A, also leads the number of deaths.

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General office confirms 12 deaths for flu H1N1 in the South of Minas

More two deaths by flu H1N1 were confirmed in the South of Mines in this Thursday (20). According to the General office of Level of health (CATHEDRALS) the victims are of Privets (MG) and Mountain (MG).

In the region there were already registered 46 confirmed cases and 12 deaths, which were registered in the cities of Privets (MG), Cape Verde (MG), Waterfall of Mines (MG), Cambuquira (MG), I camp Beautiful (MG), Ilicínea (MG), You work (MG), Steps (MG), Saint Rita of the Sapucaí (MG), He is Gonçalo of the Sapucaí (MG), Mountain (MG) and Varginha (MG).
Already the city of is a Cheerful Landing (MG) the one that has the biggest register of cases, however no death. Altogether they are 18 registers of the disease in the city.

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General office of Health confirms 2 more deaths for H1N1 in the South of MG

The General office of Health of Minas Gerais confirmed more two deaths caused by the virus of the flu H1N1, in the South of Mines. The data were spread in the last report of the organ, in Monday (12). According to the report, the deaths were registered in Delfinópolis (MG) and Piranguçu (MG). In the state, also another two deaths were confirmed in Itaguara (MG) and Inhabitant of Coimbra (MG) .Ainda according to the general office, another 36 cases that evolved into death are still under investigation of the vigilance epidemiológica state. In the total, 125 cases were registered in Minas Gerais by the virus.

With the new deaths, the South of Mines has now 14 deaths confirmed in this year by the virus H1N1. The cases were registered in Privets, Cape Verde, Waterfall of Mines, Cambuquira, Beautiful Field, Delfinópolis, Ilicínea, Plowing, Steps, Piranguçu, Saint Rita of the Sapucaí, He is Gonçalo of the Sapucaí, Mountain and Varginha.

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