Daily WHO Data - Influenza A(H1N1) Updates

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posted on May, 25 2009 @ 07:16 PM
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I've been providing a Data List on the News & Updates Thread showing the daily WHO data in an easier to compare format. I'll post them here now so its easily found and I'll update daily.

Although WHO data is only those ACTUALLY confirmed, seeing their daily tallies may have some benefit...



WHO Data - ACTUAL - As of 06:00 GMT, 25 May 2009


Date - Confirmed - (incr in 24hrs) - Deaths - (incr in 24hrs) - {Countries} - Mortality%

27/04 - 73 - (+?) - 7 - (+?) - {4} - 9.59%
28/04 - 105 - (+32) - 7 - (+0) - {7} - 6.67%
29/04 - 148 - (+43) - 8 - (+1) - {9} - 5.41%
30/04 - 257 - (+109) - 8 - (+0) - {11} - 3.11%
01/05 - 367 - (+110) - 10 - (+2) - {13} - 2.72%
02/05 - 658 - (+291) - 17 - (+7) - {16} - 2.58%
03/05 - 898 - (+240) - 20 - (+3) - {18} - 2.23%
04/05 - 1085 - (+187) - 26 - (+6) - {21} - 2.40%
05/05 - 1490 - (+405) - 30 - (+4) - {21} - 2.01%
06/05 - 1893 - (+403) - 31 - (+1) - {23} - 1.64%
07/05 - 2371 - (+478) - 44 - (+13) - {24} - 1.86%
08/05 - 2500 - (+129) - 44 - (+0) - {25} - 1.76%
09/05 - 3440 - (+940) - 48 - (+4) - {29} - 1.40%
10/05 - 4379 - (+939) - 49 - (+1) - {29} - 1.12%
11/05 - 4694 - (+315) - 53 - (+4) - {30} - 1.13%
12/05 - 5251 - (+557) - 61 - (+8) - {30} - 1.16%
13/05 - 5728 - (+477) - 61 - (+0) - {33} - 1.06%
14/05 - 6497 - (+769) - 65 - (+4) - {33} - 1.00%
15/05 - 7520 - (+1023) - 65 - (+4) - {34} - 0.86%
16/05 - 8451 - (+931) - 72 - (+7) - {36} - 0.85%
17/05 - 8480 - (+29) - 72 - (+0) - {39} - 0.85%
18/05 - 8829 - (+349) - 74 - (+2) - {40} - 0.84%
19/05 - 9830 - (+1001) - 79 - (+5) - {40} - 0.80%
20/05 - 10,243 - (+413) - 80 - (+1) - {41} - 0.78%
21/05 - 11,034 - (+791) - 85 - (+5) - {41} - 0.77%
22/05 - 11,168 - (+134) - 86 - (+1) - {42} - 0.77%
23/05 - 12,022 - (+854) - 86 - (+0) - {43} - 0.72%
24/05 - NO STATS GIVEN
25/05 - 12,515 - (+493) - 91 - (+5) - {46} - 0.73% mortality rate

An increase of 493 (7.6%) of confirmed cases over last two days
An increase of 5 (5.8%) deaths over last two days

An average increase of 21.0% confirmed cases each day
An average increase of 10.1% increase of deaths each day



WHO - Influenza A(H1N1) - update 38

5 May 2009 -- As of 06:00 GMT, 25 May 2009, 46 countries have officially reported 12 515 cases of influenza A(H1N1) infection, including 91 deaths.


Countries that are over 100, have increases, or are new:

Country - Cases - Deaths - (increase of confirmed, deaths from previous day)

Argentina - 2 - 0 (+1, 0)
Australia - 16 - 0 (+4, 0)
Brazil - 9 - 0 (+1, 0)
Canada - 805 - 1 (+86, 0)
Chile - 44 - 0 (+20, 0)
China - 15 - 0 (+4, 0)
Colombia - 13 - 0 (+1, 0)
Costa Rica - 28 - 1 (+8, 0)
Ecuador - 10 - 0 (+2, 0)
Honduras - 1 - 0 (NEW)
Iceland - 1 - 0 (NEW)
Israel - 8 - 0 (+1,0)
Italy - 19 - 0 (+5,0)
Japan - 345 - 0 (+24,0)
Kuwait - 18 - 0 (+10,0) (NEW)
Mexico - 4174 - 80 (+282, +5)
Peru - 25 - 0 (+20, 0)
Philippines - 1 - 0
Poland - 3 - 0 (+1, 0)
Spain - 133 - 0 (+7, 0)
Switzerland- 3 - 0 (+1, 0)
UK - 122 - 0 (+5,0)
USA - 6552 - 9 (NO CHANGE OVER LAST 2 DAYS)

Total - 12,515 - 91 (48hr incr = +493, +5)

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Previous Update Summary - Saturday May 23 2009

An increase of 844 (7.6%) of confirmed cases over 24 hrs
An increase of 0 (0.00%) deaths over 24 hrs

Brief summery of Countries for May 23:

Australia - 12 - 0 (+5,0)
Belgium - 7 - 0 (+2,0)
Canada - 719 - 1 (NO CHANGE)
Germany - 17 - 0 (+3,0)
Italy - 14 - 0 (+4,0)
Japan - 321 - 0 (+27,0)
Mexico - 3892 - 75 (NO CHANGE)
Norway - 4 - 0 (+1,0)
Panama - 76 - 0 (+3,0)
Russia - 1 - 0 (NEW)
Spain - 126 - 0 (+13,0)
Switzerland- 2 - 0 (+1,0)
UK - 115 - 0 (+5,0)
USA - 6552 - 9 (+788,0)

Total = 12,022 - 86 (+854, 0)

[edit on 25/5/09 by antmar]




posted on May, 26 2009 @ 03:56 AM
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WHO Data - ACTUAL - As of 06:00 GMT, 26 May 2009


Date - Confirmed - (incr in 24hrs) - Deaths - (incr in 24hrs) - {Countries} - Mortality%

27/04 - 73 - (+?) - 7 - (+?) - {4} - 9.59%
28/04 - 105 - (+32) - 7 - (+0) - {7} - 6.67%
29/04 - 148 - (+43) - 8 - (+1) - {9} - 5.41%
30/04 - 257 - (+109) - 8 - (+0) - {11} - 3.11%
01/05 - 367 - (+110) - 10 - (+2) - {13} - 2.72%
02/05 - 658 - (+291) - 17 - (+7) - {16} - 2.58%
03/05 - 898 - (+240) - 20 - (+3) - {18} - 2.23%
04/05 - 1085 - (+187) - 26 - (+6) - {21} - 2.40%
05/05 - 1490 - (+405) - 30 - (+4) - {21} - 2.01%
06/05 - 1893 - (+403) - 31 - (+1) - {23} - 1.64%
07/05 - 2371 - (+478) - 44 - (+13) - {24} - 1.86%
08/05 - 2500 - (+129) - 44 - (+0) - {25} - 1.76%
09/05 - 3440 - (+940) - 48 - (+4) - {29} - 1.40%
10/05 - 4379 - (+939) - 49 - (+1) - {29} - 1.12%
11/05 - 4694 - (+315) - 53 - (+4) - {30} - 1.13%
12/05 - 5251 - (+557) - 61 - (+8) - {30} - 1.16%
13/05 - 5728 - (+477) - 61 - (+0) - {33} - 1.06%
14/05 - 6497 - (+769) - 65 - (+4) - {33} - 1.00%
15/05 - 7520 - (+1023) - 65 - (+4) - {34} - 0.86%
16/05 - 8451 - (+931) - 72 - (+7) - {36} - 0.85%
17/05 - 8480 - (+29) - 72 - (+0) - {39} - 0.85%
18/05 - 8829 - (+349) - 74 - (+2) - {40} - 0.84%
19/05 - 9830 - (+1001) - 79 - (+5) - {40} - 0.80%
20/05 - 10,243 - (+413) - 80 - (+1) - {41} - 0.78%
21/05 - 11,034 - (+791) - 85 - (+5) - {41} - 0.77%
22/05 - 11,168 - (+134) - 86 - (+1) - {42} - 0.77%
23/05 - 12,022 - (+854) - 86 - (+0) - {43} - 0.72%
24/05 - NO STATS GIVEN
25/05 - 12,515 - (+493) - 91 - (+5) - {46} - 0.73%
26/05 - 12,954 - (+439) - 92 - (+1) - {46} - 0.71% mortality rate

An increase of 439 (3.5%) of confirmed cases over last 24hrs
An increase of 1 (1.1%) deaths over last 24hrs

An average increase of 20.4% confirmed cases each day
An average increase of 9.8% increase of deaths each day



WHO - Influenza A(H1N1) - update 39

26 May 2009 -- As of 06:00 GMT, 26 May 2009, 46 countries have officially reported 12,954 cases of influenza A(H1N1) infection, including 92 deaths.


Countries that are over 100, have increases, or are new:

Country - Cases - Deaths - (increase of confirmed, deaths from previous day)

Argentina - 5 - 0 (+3, 0)
Australia - 19 - 0 (+3, 0)
Canada - 921 - 1 (+116, 0)
Chile - 74 - (+30, 0)
China - 20 - 0 (+5, 0)
Columbia - 16 - 0 (+3, 0)
Costa Rica - 33 - 1 (+5, 0)
Ecuador - 24 - 0 (+14, 0)
Japan - 350 - 0 (+5, 0)
Korea - 21 - 0 (+18, 0)
Mexico - 3892 - 75 (NO CHANGE... again)
Peru - 27 - 0 (+2, 0)
Philippines - 2 - 0 (+1, 0)
Russia - 2 - 0 (+1, 0)
Spain - 136 - 0 (+3,0)
UK - 137 - 0 (+15,0)
USA - 6764 - 10 (+212, 1)


Total = 12,954 - 92 (+439, 1)



posted on May, 26 2009 @ 07:29 AM
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I have the honour of being first to add to your thread.


I'll point out my signature to what my oppinion is.

H1N1 total nears a 100 deaths.

Also.

Reuters article of infected

Can you smell what I smell?And it aint roses.

Hope you are well ant.




[edit on 26/5/09 by gallifreyan medic]



posted on May, 26 2009 @ 08:29 AM
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The WHO said that the airborne virus has now been detected in all regions of the world except for Africa, which has yet to report an H1N1 infection. The biggest pockets outside of North America so far are in Japan, Britain and Spain.


www.vancouversun.com...

Sorry, same article than previous post. from reuters.


[edit on 26-5-2009 by 13Etznab]



posted on May, 26 2009 @ 09:22 AM
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We know the numbers are more than what is published but still providing
what is put out can show that it is still here with us and will be for quite a
while.
Aswell as WHO updates maybe this thread can be for the posting of health
department announcements from all countries.

U.K.Department of health.


Four patients in England have today been confirmed with swine flu. The four new confirmed cases are from London, the South East region and the West Midlands region. Three are linked to previously confirmed cases and one is a returning traveller.


Todays 3pm DOH will be posted tomorrow.Gotta love it the day behind info
from our trusted government here in the U.K.

Something of interest for those who may like to see what information our
U.K department of heath is providing.

Swine flu campaign resources



[edit on 26/5/09 by gallifreyan medic]



posted on May, 26 2009 @ 04:18 PM
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Actually, having a place to post all the 'official' stuff would be very helpful I think, good idea.

I personally DO NOT believe these numbers are what it is in reality, but seeing the daily percentage increases are showing a pattern none-the-less.



posted on May, 26 2009 @ 04:20 PM
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reply to post by gallifreyan medic
 


I am wondering WHY Mexico hasn't reported any new numbers in two days to be honest. Have they just stopped doing the actual SF tests over there now???



posted on May, 26 2009 @ 04:34 PM
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Ok, I'm not from US so can somehelp help here...which states are the missing from this list, ie: no SF reported?

Table. U.S. Human Cases of H1N1 Flu Infection - CDC
(As of May 25, 2009, 11:00 AM ET)

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States* - Confirmed and Probable Cases - Deaths

Alabama - 66 cases - 0 deaths
Arkansas - 4 cases - 0 deaths
Arizona - 531 cases - 3 deaths
California - 553 cases - 0 deaths
Colorado - 60 cases - 0 deaths
Connecticut - 102 cases - 0 deaths
Delaware - 102 cases - 0 deaths
Florida - 139 cases - 0 deaths
Georgia - 28 cases - 0 deaths
Hawaii - 40 cases - 0 deaths
Idaho - 9 cases - 0 deaths
Illinois - 896 cases - 0 deaths
Indiana - 120 cases - 0 deaths
Iowa - 71 cases - 0 deaths
Kansas - 34 cases - 0 deaths
Kentucky** - 27 cases - 0 deaths
Louisiana - 86 cases - 0 deaths
Maine - 9 cases - 0 deaths
Maryland - 41 cases - 0 deaths
Massachusetts - 238 cases - 0 deaths
Michigan - 176 cases - 0 deaths
Minnesota - 44 cases - 0 deaths
Mississippi - 7 cases - 0 deaths
Missouri - 24 cases - 1 deaths
Montana - 12 cases - 0 deaths
Nebraska - 29 cases - 0 deaths
Nevada - 49 cases - 0 deaths
New Hampshire - 23 cases - 0 deaths
New Jersey - 29 cases - 0 deaths
New Mexico - 97 cases - 0 deaths
New York - 343 cases - 1 deaths
North Carolina - 12 cases - 0 deaths
North Dakota - 6 cases - 0 deaths
Ohio - 14 cases - 0 deaths
Oklahoma - 51 cases - 0 deaths
Oregon - 116 cases - 0 deaths
Pennsylvania - 88 cases - 0 deaths
Rhode Island - 10 cases - 0 deaths
South Carolina - 36 cases - 0 deaths
South Dakota - 3 cases - 0 deaths
Tennessee - 94 cases - 0 deaths
Texas - 900 cases - 3 deaths
Utah - 122 cases - 1 deaths
Vermont - 2 cases - 0 deaths
Virginia - 25 cases - 0 deaths
Washington - 517 cases - 1 death
Washington, D.C. - 13 cases - 0 deaths
Wisconsin - 766 cases - 0 deaths

TOTAL*(48) 6,764 cases - 10 deaths


*includes the District of Columbia

**one case is resident of KY but currently hospitalized in GA.

[edit on 26/5/09 by antmar]

[edit on 26/5/09 by antmar]



posted on May, 26 2009 @ 04:47 PM
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Concerning mexico I would think the infections are still occuring on a daily
bases.But the pattern we are seeing the world over (Exceptions Japan and China) the information is being limited.
It has certainly been interesting seeing the mexico situation from the first reports and upto now.

My view is,maybe before but definately after a round 2.They will end up with too much to hide and not the capacity to keep it hidden.Then the situation would get very interesting but worrying.
I'd say something occuring to distract peoples focus from it.What though would the distraction from it be?
Would have to be something big and thats the worry.



posted on May, 26 2009 @ 04:56 PM
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Here is a website with up to date information on the number of cases in the UK.
www.hpa.org.uk...&Page&HPAwebAutoListName/Page/1240732817665?p=1240732817665

A Scottish man is critically ill in hospital with the virus also but he already had poor health before contracting the virus.

[edit on 26-5-2009 by Solomons]



posted on May, 26 2009 @ 05:17 PM
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Thanks Solomons, here's the info:

Source

HPA - Health Protection Agency - Great Britian

26 May 2009


47 further patients under investigation in England have today been confirmed with swine flu bringing the current total number of confirmed UK cases to 184.

44 of the newly confirmed cases are in the West Midlands region - 41 children and three adults linked to a previously confirmed case and the ongoing investigation of a school outbreak.

The three additional new cases in England are two adults and one child from the East of England region and London - two are returning travellers and the other is linked to a previously confirmed case.



Region - Confirmed - Deaths

East England - 14 - 0 (+2, 0)
East Midlands - 3 - 0
London - 72 - 0 (+1, 0)
North East - 1 - 0
North West - 6 - 0
South East - 14 - 0
South West - 3 - 0
West Midlands - 57 - 0 (+44, 0)
Yorkshire/Humber - 0 - 0

Total England - 170 - 0

N/Ireland - 1 - 0
Scotland - 13 - 0
Wales - 0 - 0



posted on May, 26 2009 @ 05:33 PM
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PHAC - Public Health Agency of Canada

Source

As of May 25 2009, a total of 921 laboratory-confirmed cases of H1N1 flu virus have been reported in 9 provinces and 1 territory in Canada.

Province/Territory - Confirmed - Deaths - Increases

British Columbia - 115 - 0
Alberta - 96 - 1 (+2, 0)
Saskatchewan 91 - 0 (+14, 0)
Manitoba - 6 - 0
Ontario - 352 - 0 (+58, 0)
Quebec - 185 - 0 (+42, 0)
New Brunswick - 2 - 0
Nova Scotia - 70 - 0
Prince Ed Is - 3 - 0
Newfoundland
Yukon - 1 - 0
NW Territories
Nunavut

Total - 921 - 1 (+116, 0)



posted on May, 26 2009 @ 05:39 PM
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Department of Health & Ageing - Austrailia

Source


Australian total of positive cases at 0600 AEST on Wednesday 27 May 2009 stands at 50.

ACT - 1 - 0
NSW - 16 - 0
QLD - 7 - 0
SA - 2 - 0
VIC - 15 - 0
WA - 1 - 0



posted on May, 26 2009 @ 05:43 PM
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The 3 missing US states are:

Alaska
West Virginia
Wyoming

Important to note: Although CDC doesn't include these states in their state/case listing, their map indicates "Local Activity" for both Alaska and
Wyoming...How do you have local cases confirmed but don't include them in the data set?


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posted on May, 26 2009 @ 05:46 PM
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The 2 missing states I think,are Alaska and West Virginia.
But I am sure they have both at some point been mentioned as having a case?



posted on May, 26 2009 @ 05:50 PM
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Does Mexico have a public health dept site? I've only viewed numbers for them via WHO previously, but if they have their own stats I'd love to create a schedule....

Anyone know the link?

[edit on 26/5/09 by antmar]



posted on May, 26 2009 @ 05:56 PM
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Thanks sonjah & medic. I'll pop those three into the next schedule.

Actually we have a similar thing in NZ re: have more cases that don't show on the offical stats. We have 'probable' via association, but because it wasn't lab confirmed (we don't have a lab here in NZ that can do it, we have to send to Austrailia) they aren't counted.

Seriously, that logic is like spreading a pack of m&ms out on the table and only those showing the M is classified as the real-deal.....


If they have more cases than they have time and resources to confirmed with lab tests, surely they should be take numbers of likely or probable cases directly from the practitioners (they are obviously qualified to diagonise!) to at least give a more accurate picture. That would be more helpful me thinks!



posted on May, 26 2009 @ 06:30 PM
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Her are 3 mexican sites I think may lead to some information.
Though I could be wrong as do not speak the language.

Flu information site ???

Mexican medical info site????

Next one I think is for public information???

Mexican public info site ???

And this one about influenza with the pie chart???

Mexican health site ???



posted on May, 26 2009 @ 06:37 PM
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reply to post by antmar
 


I am pretty sure that all the non tested are noted down and put on a database
for future reference.Only to come out 30 or 50 years later.



posted on May, 26 2009 @ 08:04 PM
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eek, ok. Perhaps another member who has translation software, or can read it may like to provide updates for us.





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