Daily WHO Data - Influenza A(H1N1) Updates

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posted on May, 27 2009 @ 06:30 AM
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The now familiar a day late U.K. Department of health statement.

U.K.Department of Health.

[edit on 27/5/09 by gallifreyan medic]




posted on May, 27 2009 @ 03:47 PM
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WHO Data - ACTUAL - As of 06:00 GMT, 27 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%
27/05 - 13,398 - (+444) - 95 - (+3) - {48} - 0.71% mortality rate

An increase of 444 (3.4%) of confirmed cases over last 24hrs
An increase of 3 (3.3%) deaths over last 24hrs

An average increase of 19.8% confirmed cases each day
An average increase of 9.6% increase of deaths each day



WHO - Influenza A(H1N1) - update 40

27 May 2009 -- As of 06:00 GMT, 27 May 2009, 48 countries have officially reported 13,398 cases of influenza A(H1N1) infection, including 95 deaths.

LAB-CONFIRMED CASES REPORTED TO WHO


Countries that are over 100 infected, have increased numbers, or are new:

Country - Cases - Deaths - (increase of confirmed, deaths from previous day)
Argentina - 19 - 0 (+14, 0)
Australia - 39 - 0 (+20, 0)
Bahrain - 1 - 1 (NEW)
Canada - 921 - 1 (NO CHANGE)
Chile - 86 - (+12, 0)
China - 22 - 0 (+2, 0)
Ecuador - 28 - 0 (+4, 0)
El Salvador - 11 - 0 (+5, 0)
Guatemala - 5 - 0 (+1, 0)
Israel - 9 - 0 (+1, 0)
Italy - 23 - 0 (+4, 0)
Japan - 360 - 0 (+10, 0)
Mexico - 4541 - 83 (+367, 3)
Singapore - 1 - 0 (+1, 0)
Spain - 138 - 0 (+2,0)
UK - 137 - 0 (NO CHANGE)
USA - 6764 - 10 (NO CHANGE)


Total = 13,398 - 95 (+444, 3)



posted on May, 27 2009 @ 03:53 PM
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Source


27 MAY 2009 | GENEVA -- WHO has been given the 2009 Prince of Asturias Award for International Cooperation. The jury for the award announced its decision today in Oviedo, Spain.


That, I can believe...........



posted on May, 27 2009 @ 04:55 PM
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Hi ant,how you doing?

Maybe they were lined up to recieve it next year.But knowing what could be occuring they might not be that popular by then.


Todays U.K DOH is online.Someone there a ATSer?
Statement not put on the website at 3pm.

U.K.DOH Statement.3pm 27 May 2009




[edit on 27/5/09 by gallifreyan medic]



posted on May, 28 2009 @ 04:05 AM
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Table. U.S. Human Cases of H1N1 Flu Infection - CDC
(As of May 27, 2009, 11:00 AM ET)



States* - Confirmed and Probable Cases - Deaths
Alabama - 67 cases - 0 deaths
Alaska - NO CASES REPORTED
Arkansas - 12 cases - 0 deaths
Arizona - 532 cases - 3 deaths
California - 553 cases - 0 deaths
Colorado - 68 cases - 0 deaths
Connecticut - 102 cases - 0 deaths
Delaware - 108 cases - 0 deaths
Florida - 139 cases - 0 deaths
Georgia - 28 cases - 0 deaths
Hawaii - 44 cases - 0 deaths
Idaho - 11 cases - 0 deaths
Illinois - 927 cases - 0 deaths
Indiana - 120 cases - 0 deaths
Iowa - 71 cases - 0 deaths
Kansas - 34 cases - 0 deaths
Kentucky** - 38 cases - 0 deaths
Louisiana - 86 cases - 0 deaths
Maine - 9 cases - 0 deaths
Maryland - 44 cases - 0 deaths
Massachusetts - 286 cases - 0 deaths
Michigan - 178 cases - 0 deaths
Minnesota - 44 cases - 0 deaths
Mississippi - 8 cases - 0 deaths
Missouri - 24 cases - 1 deaths
Montana - 12 cases - 0 deaths
Nebraska - 35 cases - 0 deaths
Nevada - 50 cases - 0 deaths
New Hampshire - 27 cases - 0 deaths
New Jersey - 29 cases - 0 deaths
New Mexico - 97 cases - 0 deaths
New York - 456 cases - 2 deaths
North Carolina - 13 cases - 0 deaths
North Dakota - 6 cases - 0 deaths
Ohio - 15 cases - 0 deaths
Oklahoma - 64 cases - 0 deaths
Oregon - 120 cases - 0 deaths
Pennsylvania - 95 cases - 0 deaths
Rhode Island - 10 cases - 0 deaths
South Carolina - 39 cases - 0 deaths
South Dakota - 4 cases - 0 deaths
Tennessee - 95 cases - 0 deaths
Texas - 1358 cases - 3 deaths
Utah - 122 cases - 1 deaths
Vermont - 2 cases - 0 deaths
Virginia - 25 cases - 0 deaths
Washington - 575 cases - 1 death
Washington, D.C. - 14 cases - 0 deaths
Wisconsin - 1130 cases - 0 deaths
Wyoming - NO CASES REPORTED

TOTAL*(48) 7,927 cases - 11 deaths


*includes the District of Columbia

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



posted on May, 28 2009 @ 04:10 AM
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Hi Medic, I'm good today, plodding along as usual


Here's the updated info for UK, thanks for that. The numbers are 'unbelievably' low aren't they...




HPA - Health Protection Agency - Great Britian

27 May 2009 - Source

One patient in England has today been confirmed with swine flu. The newly confirmed case is an adult returning traveller from the East Midlands region. This brings the total confirmed cases in the UK to 185.

The localised cases of swine flu found in the UK have so far been mild, and we have not seen evidence of widespread community transmission.

Our strategy to slow the spread with anti-virals appears to have been effective in reducing symptoms and preventing further spread of infection.

But we must not be complacent — it is right to prepare for the possibility of a global pandemic. The UK's arrangements are continuing to ensure that we are well-placed to deal with this new infection.

Region - Confirmed - Deaths

East England - 14 - 0
East Midlands - 4 - 0 (+1, 0)
London - 72 - 0
North East - 1 - 0
North West - 6 - 0
South East - 14 - 0
South West - 3 - 0
West Midlands - 57 - 0
Yorkshire/Humber - 0 - 0

Total England - 171 - 0 (+1, 0)

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

Total UK - 185 - 0


[edit on 28/5/09 by antmar]



posted on May, 28 2009 @ 04:16 AM
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Department of Health & Ageing - Austrailia

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

ACT - 3 - 0
NSW - 19 - 0
QLD - 7 - 0
SA - 3 - 0
VIC - 34 - 0
WA - 1 - 0

Total - 67 - 0



posted on May, 28 2009 @ 04:22 AM
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PHAC - Public Health Agency of Canada

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As of May 27 2009, a total of 1,118 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 - 120 - 0 (+5, 0)
Alberta - 109 - 1 (+13, 0)
Saskatchewan 104 - 0 (+13, 0)
Manitoba - 6 - 0
Ontario - 495 - 1 (+143, 1)
Quebec - 207 - 0 (+22, 0)
New Brunswick - 2 - 0
Nova Scotia - 71 - 0 (+1, 0)
Prince Ed Is - 3 - 0
Newfoundland - 0 - 0
Yukon - 1 - 0
NW Territories - 0 - 0
Nunavut - 0 - 0

Total - 1,118 - 2 (+197, 2)



posted on May, 28 2009 @ 10:06 AM
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28 May 2009, 3pm: Department of Health statement.
Well well.Seems they are now putting up statement quicker.

UK DOH.28 May 2009


Seventeen patients in England have today been confirmed with swine flu.



posted on May, 28 2009 @ 06:36 PM
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Isn't this just great-

www.reuters.com...

Why would they take chances like this if it's mild? I'm hoping we're close enough to a rural area to avoid raising heck when they try to mandate vaccines.



posted on May, 28 2009 @ 06:57 PM
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This is TN news-

www.knoxnews.com...

These are the numbers for TN-

health.state.tn.us...

They are testing 1323 specimens. Medical officials are now saying most will be the H1N1 flu. So TN probably has over 1000. Officials are also saying there's probably about 20X as cases as being tested, so...



posted on May, 28 2009 @ 07:12 PM
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I personally think the UK numbers are so grossely wrong its laughable.


UK did a pandemic excercise in 2006 which highlighted serious concerns.

Whats the bet they are still not prepared in the event of......

Here's some snippets from this source


The exercise started with bird flu from Thailand but the consequences could be the same as those for swine flu from Mexico. Almost immediately, absenteeism by UK workers soared to 15 per cent as people stayed at home rather than mix with potential carriers. City absenteeism increased as parents stayed away to care for children sent home from boarding schools, but within weeks, half Britain’s workers refused to go to work and all schools closed.



before long, hospitals ran out of masks and hand gel, and the Department of Health warned it would take four to six months to produce a vaccine. Hospitals cancelled all except urgent operations.

But as the crisis deepened, Britain’s economic structure collapsed. There were queues at garages as motorists filled cars and petrol cans. Panic buying at supermarkets was followed by stores stocking only basic food and clothing, while smaller shops and restaurants closed, creating ghost towns. Food piled up on docksides but could not be distributed.



Reduced manning caused power cuts and residential mail was delivered only every two or three days.



Meanwhile, rumours circulated of companies hoarding vaccine for their own executives and the discovery of fake vaccine imported from China.



posted on May, 28 2009 @ 07:20 PM
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At least thet are acknowledging it is a lot higher.


Because most of the people seeking help for flu symptons are likely to be positive, they just won't bother to test any more. There would be little point, and not enough resources to do so.

HOWEVER

That is when they should be provided a 'best educated guess' to numbers, instead of continuing to only post the offical 'lab confirmed' numbers only.

Not doing so isn't being helpful for anyone.

Yes yes, underreporting numbers will avoid or prolong panic. But surely a balance has to be made to inform people. Then the general population can take precautions, which will slow down the spread of the virus long enough to create, produce and distribute an (effective, safe) vaccine...



posted on May, 28 2009 @ 07:21 PM
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I'm still waiting for WHO update 41, which isn't out yet. I will post new numbers when to hand.



posted on May, 29 2009 @ 02:15 AM
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Seems strange to not have had a statement or an update of any kind from
them.And is it just me or does it seem to not beas prominent a subject as it was on the WHO site?
I have been awake for 24 hours so my eyes could be playing up.



posted on May, 29 2009 @ 06:18 AM
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Yeah, they do seem to be on the ball. WHO and CDC has missed a day of updates, again. PS: You need SLEEP Medic...




HPA - Health Protection Agency - Great Britian

28 May 2009

17 further patients under investigation in England have today been confirmed with swine flu. Together with the patient in Scotland confirmed by the Scottish Executive yesterday (27 May 2009) this brings the current total number of confirmed UK cases to 203.

Region - Confirmed - Deaths

East England - 15 - 0 (+1, 0)
East Midlands - 4 - 0
London - 74 - 0 (+2, 0)
North East - 1 - 0
North West - 6 - 0
South East - 14 - 0
South West - 3 - 0
West Midlands - 71 - 0 (+14, 0)
Yorkshire/Humber - 0 - 0

Total England - 188 - 0 (+17, 0)

N/Ireland - 1 - 0
Scotland - 14 - 0 (+1, 0)
Wales - 0 - 0

Total UK - 203 - 0 (+17, 0)

HPA - Update


[edit on 29/5/09 by antmar]



posted on May, 29 2009 @ 06:22 AM
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This is a bit general, considering the new flu mutations and increasing number of avian flu close to cases of H1N1 flu. They've also discovered a new Ebola type virus that took 4 out of the 5 people who got it.-

www.livescience.com...

I do believe nature can try ways to keep the planet in balance.



posted on May, 29 2009 @ 06:27 AM
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Originally posted by winotka
I do believe nature can try ways to keep the planet in balance.


Hi Winotka,


The million dollar question is: Is it nature, or someone playing with nature!

We may never know the answer, but the theories behind it all is compelling...



posted on May, 29 2009 @ 04:33 PM
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WHO Data - ACTUAL - As of 06:00 GMT, 29 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
27/05 - 13,398 - (+444) - 95 - (+3) - {48} - 0.71% mortality rate
28/05 - NO STATS GIVEN
29/05 - 15,510 - (+2112) - 99 - (+4) - {53} - 0.64%

An increase of 2,112 (15.8%) of confirmed cases over last 2 days
An increase of 4 (4.2%) deaths over last 2 days

An average increase of 19.7% confirmed cases each day
An average increase of 9.4% increase of deaths each day



WHO - Influenza A(H1N1) - update 41

29 May 2009 -- As of 06:00 GMT, 27 May 2009, 53 countries have officially reported 15,510 cases of influenza A(H1N1) infection, including 99 deaths.

LAB-CONFIRMED CASES REPORTED TO WHO


Countries that are over 100 infected, have increased numbers, or are new:

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

Argentina - 37 - 0 (+18, 0)
Australia - 147 - 0 (+108, 0)
Belgium - 8 - 0 (+1, 0)
Brazil - 10 - 0 (+1, 0)
Canada - 1118 - 2 (+197, 1)
Chile - 165 - (+79, 0)
China - 30 - 0 (+8, 0)
Columbia - 17 - 0 (+1, 0)
Czech Republic - 1 - 0 (NEW)
Dominican Republic - 2 - 0 (NEW)
Ecuador - 32 - 0 (+4, 0)
El Salvador - 11 - 0 (+5, 0)
Finland - 3 - 0 (+1, 0)
France - 21 - 0 (+5, 0)
Germany - 19 - 0 (+2, 0)
Greece - 3 - 0 (+2, 0)
Ireland - 3 - 0 (+2, 0)
Israel - 11 - 0 (+2, 0)
Italy - 26 - 0 (+3, 0)
Japan - 364 - 0 (+4, 0)
Korea - 33 - 0 (+12, 0)
Mexico - 4910 - 85 (+369, 2)
Panama - 107 - 0 (+31, 0)
Peru - 31 - 0 (+4, 0)
Philippines - 6 - 0 (+4, 0)
Poland - 4 - 0 (+1, 0)
Romania - 3 - 0 (+3, 0)
Singapore - 4 - 0 (+3, 0)
Slovakia - 1 - 0 (NEW)
Spain - 143 - 0 (+5,0)
Sweden - 4 - 0 (+1, 0)
Switzerland - 4 - 0 (+1, 0)
UK - 203 - 0 (+66, 0)
USA - 7927 - 11 (+1163, 0)
Uruguay - 2 - 0 (NEW)
Total = 15,510 - 99 (+2112, 4)



posted on May, 29 2009 @ 06:16 PM
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I'll post this, since the WHO didn't have Hungary on the list yet-

www.alertnet.org...





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