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Originally posted by Zosynspiracy
reply to post by former_ussr
So basically this entire thread was hysteria? LMAO! 64 people dead? That's it? Talk about hype! Wow.
Originally posted by JustMike
So let's calculate. Ukraine has around 46 million inhabitants. That's 46,000 "thousands". So if it has only 50% of its 2003 rate of 8.8 beds/1,000 (making it 4.4), then the number of beds would be 46,000 x 4.4, which is 202,400 beds.
However, not all of those beds or even hospital wards would be available for admitting infected patients from an epidemic. The trick would be to find out what the reserve capacity would be in such a situation.
SOFIA, November 2. (BTA). Regional epidemiological authorities declared Monday a state of flu epidemic in Yambol, Stara Zagora and Bourgas.
Bourgas municipality called off all mass cultural events. From today until November 7 school classes have been suspended on the entire territory of the municipality by decision of the regional team of experts responsible for the fight against flu and severe respiratory conditions.
In Yambol , the number of people who fell victim to such conditions last week reached 362 per 10,000. Students account for the largest number of patients which led to a "flu holiday" being declared until November 6.
Originally posted by severdsoul
Maby this is why all the hoopla and scare tatics from who and obama declaring national emergency.
Possible they knew this was going to happen, or at elast a very good chance and were tryin to put things in place before it happend.
Now he has the power to restrict travel, abroad as well within the states.
Odd that most the 'h1n1' reports are respitory related death's..
h1n1 a big cover for what ever this is?
Makes one wonder. We never get to see all the facts till years after the event.
Originally posted by ugie1028
have there been any updates? there are toooo many pages to sift through. can someone give me a run down here?
my questions are...
did they figure out what bug it is thats causing these deaths?
is it bacterial, or viral?
any up to date death confirmations?
The situation is quickly changing with increasingly high levels of acute respiratory illness (ARI)/Influenza-like-illness (ILI) activity being observed in Ternopil, Lviv, Ivano-Frankivsk, and Chernivtsi regions. The higher levels of transmission in these regions corresponds to an increased number of hospital admissions and fatalities associated with severe manifestations of acute respiratory illness.
From the WHO site...dated as near as I can tell Oct 30
Originally posted by Sharrow
My country is the neighbor of Ukraine. Whatever is going there, they're really scared. But what is also true and the media forget to mention, the vaccinations are also just started there. Before that there were no known H1N1 cases in Ukraine. In my country, Hungary, the people are refusing the vaccines and here in my country, there is no H1N1 outbreak at all. As the yesterday's poll shown, almost everyone is refusing the vaccines here. If here, in Hungary there will be no H1N1, and we bet on this, you will be able to see what caused the outbreak in Ukraine and in other countries, the vaccine itself.