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Old January 6th, 2013, 02:50 AM
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BEIJING (Reuters) - Two Chinese women have died from the H1N1 flu strain in Beijing in the past 10 days, Chinese state media said on Sunday, the first reported deaths from the virus in China's capital since 2010.

A 65-year-old cancer patient died on Friday and a 22-year-old migrant worker died on December 27, the Beijing Daily said on its website, citing the city's Center for Disease Control and Prevention.

Flu cases in Beijing are at their highest level in five years and the H1N1 strain has become the most dominant, the centre's director Deng Ying said.

The rise in cases corresponds with weeks of record low temperatures in Beijing and across much of China.

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http://english.peopledaily.com.cn/90882/8080930.html
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By Wang Qingyun (China Daily)
08:45, January 07, 2013

Two people have died in Beijing since late December after contracting a flu virus that caused a global panic in 2009.

Yet, despite its potential for harm, the virus — initially known as swine flu — is not as threatening as it was originally and can be contained, according to Beijing Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Both victims of the influenza A, or H1N1, virus were already in poor health when they contracted it, said Pang Xinghuo, deputy director of the organization...
One victim, (the younger one), had anemia and one victim had late stage bone marrow cancer.

A public health official also said that of 375 flu-like illnesses, 24.53 percent were positive for influenza.
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Old January 11th, 2013, 11:40 AM
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Beijing: 3 people died for one week and 38 cases of Type A H1N1 cases

The newspaper news (by Jia Xiaohong) at present, this city entered the flu high incidence. Per week the epidemic situation that the city health bureau issued yesterday demonstrated that last week city because of 9 cases of cases of infectious disease death, 3 cases are related with the flu, 2 cases infected the Type A H1N1 virus, 1 case infected the flu virus. It is reported that on December 31, 2012 to January 6, 2013 this week, the city altogether reported that 38 cases of Type A H1N1 cases, died 2 cases, but same time last year non-case-reporting. The reporter learned today, since beginning of winter, the outpatients of first institute have risen unceasingly, the seeing a doctor babies of internal medicine department and ER increase suddenly, mostly for giving off heat baby. The statistics showed that in December, 2012, the internal medicine department outpatients grew 27.2%, the ER outpatients grew 67.59%.

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Old January 12th, 2013, 02:41 AM
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Beijing reported 59 cases of Type A virus cases
about 40% flu patients are smaller than 4 years old


The newspaper news (by Li Qiumeng) in this winter, the flu virus came to want \"to be fiercer than\" the old times, in the new year the first week had three people dead of the flu. Yesterday, the Beijing Municipal Health Bureau news said that at present, this city reported Type A H1N1 flu case 59 cases, Spring Festival around or will welcome the flu small peak. At present, the city 21 cities are the hospital started the flu prevention and control and medical treatment. It has been learned that about 40% flu patients are 0 to 4-year-old child.

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Old January 17th, 2013, 11:23 AM
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Beijing reported again 50 cases of Type A H1N1 flu cases died 1 case


Chinanews Beijing, January 17 (by Du Yan) new one week, Beijing reported again the Type A H1N1 flu case-reporting 50 cases, died 1 case. Beijing CSC indicated on the 17th, Beijing is in the flu virus activity peak, it is estimated that in future time, the Beijing flu virus activity intensity still maintained the high level. The newest week of epidemic situation that the Beijing Municipal Health Bureau issued on the 17th reported demonstrated that the month 7 to 13, 2013, flu still peak, the Type A H1N1 flu reported 50 cases, Died 1 case; Last week reported 38 cases, same time last year non-case-reporting. It is reported that from December 31, 2012 till January 13 of this year, Beijing reported the Type A H1N1 flu death 3 case and flu death 1 case. Beijing CSC deputy director Pang Xinghuo said on the 17th that presently the Beijing Type A H1N1 flu virus and Type A H3N2 hypotype flu virus is together popular, But Type A H1N1 flu virus activity preliminary remarkably strengthens, gradually becomes the leading strain.


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Source: http://en.apa.az/news/186184

Beijing flu kills four amid peak season
[ 18 January 2013 07:06 ]


Baku-APA. Four people were killed by influenza within two weeks in Beijing, according to the city's disease control authorities, APA reports quoting Xinhua.

From Dec. 31, 2012 to Jan. 13, 2013, three were reported dead from A/H1N1 flu, and another person died of ordinary flu, said a statement issued by the city's disease control and prevention center on Thursday...
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In this winter Beijing area Type A H1N1 flu virus activity enhancement


Since the new Beijing net on January 24 (Luo Peilin Ma Yanming) Beijing in this winter has been 2008 same time flu type case population many one year. The present stage Type A H1N1 flu virus and Type A H3N2 hypotype flu virus is together popular; Moreover, Type A H1N1 flu virus activity preliminary remarkably strengthened, gradually transforms into leading. In 2013 the 3rd week (on 2013 January 14) -20, Beijing altogether reported that the legal infectious disease 1507 cases, died 9 cases of hepatitis B 5 cases, the Type A H1N1 flu 2 cases, the hepatitis C and flu respectively 1 case. This is the statistics from Beijing Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. It is known that January 14 to January 20, 2013, the city second-level above medical institution monitored the gate, The emergency medical treatment patients more than 770,000 people, the flu type case accounts for 3.3%, the flu type case population is 25853 people, compared with 30173 people have reduced with the last week. At present, Beijing popular flu virus is mainly the acute respiratory communicable disease of by the A, B, C three flu viruses being caused. Our country north is the winter is spring popular, around Beijing usual every year New Year's Day is the influenza pandemic peak time. According to the flu etiology network laboratory examines, present stage Beijing is together popular for the Type A H1N1 flu virus and Type A H3N2 hypotype flu virus. Moreover, Type A H1N1 flu virus activity preliminary remarkably strengthened, gradually transforms into leading.

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Beijing increased to 5 people because of the Type A virus casualty


Beijing increased to 5 people because of Type A virus casualty]The Beijing Municipal Health Bureau said on the 24th that January 14 to January 20 in one week, Beijing increased 2 cases of Type A H1N1 flu death. From December 31, 2012 to January 20, 2013, Beijing altogether reported 5 cases of Type A H1N1 flu deaths. The Beijing flu type case morbidity level was still in the peak time, asking everybody to guard against the flu.


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Beijing reported 1 case of Type A virus H1N1 flu death last week

On the 8th news: Last week this city reported 1 case of Type A virus H1N1 flu death. The reporter finds from City CSC, since recent two weeks, around the disease incidence rate and New Year's Day of this city flu when flu morbidity peak compares, visible drop. The illness controls the department to indicate that this city was still in the influenza pandemic season, did not remove has flu critically ill, seriously injured and possibility of death.

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China is admitting to very few flu deaths for a total population of 1.3 billion.

Why have they dropped the prices of over 400 varieties of respiratory drugs and why is there a shortage? Is smog the only reason?

China - Shortages in drugs to treat respiratory illnesses - government cuts prices 15% -50% in 400 varieties of drugs
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Les maladies infectieuses ont fait 1.167 morts en janvier en Chine

Un total de 488.271 cas de maladies infectieuses, qui ont coûté la vie à 1.167 personnes, ont été rapportés dans la partie continentale de la Chine en janvier, d'après un rapport publié jeudi par le ministère chinois de la Santé (MCS).

Un total de 2.319 cas de grippe A (H1N1), qui ont fait neuf morts, ont été rapportés en janvier.

Les maladies de classe B ont fait 1.147 morts. L'hépatite virale, la tuberculose pulmonaire, la syphilis, la dysenterie et la gonorrhée étaient les cinq maladies les plus fréquentes, représentaient 95% des cas de maladies de classe B, selon ce rapport.
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