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Originally posted by Luppakorva
reply to post by dreamseeker
BBC world news would be the one to look at.. I don't really know about BBC America, but my guess is it's something completely different than their news programs.
Originally posted by asen_y2k
I just contacted a friend of mine. He is a doctor. He is very sick, he coud not even talk in the phone properly. He was short of breath and coughing. He said he did anti virals. I asked him if used Tamipflu, he said something like he did and has improved a bit. I am not 100% sure i heard him correctly.
He said last night 500 people were admitted in the hospital and 84 died till now. He is saying mortality is very high. Who knows how many more will die...
Originally posted by JustMike
reply to post by GypsK
Yes, that's the way I guessed they meant it. The original rough-translation sentence reads "Also seven million meters gauze released for foot caps of it." so I had to tidy it up to make some reasonable sense.
On Friday three other swine flu patients had died in Germany, including first time a patient with no known medical history. Exner said the case showed that an infection could proceed seriously even in otherwise healthy people. Kekulé stated that in very rare cases, the swine flu induces a direct pneumonia. "The virus can affect directly the lower respiratory tract and then cause death. Health expert Gottschalk said: "All the cases so far were only skirmishes, now it goes off."