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09 June 2009 :: 15:06:08 pm 27735

Thailand Reports 3 New A/H1n1 Flu Cases

BANGKOK, June 9 (Xinhua) -- Thailand announced on Tuesday the country three new confirmed cases of A/H1N1 flu patients.
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Thailand has totally 13 confirmed cases of A/H1N1 flu patients, according to Public Health Minister Witthaya Kaewparadai.

The 11th case was a 20-year-old Thai woman. She had stayed in the U.S. from March this year and developed the flu-symptoms after returning to Thailand on June 6. She has been admitted to a hospital on June 7 and laboratory tests confirmed that she is infected with the A/H1N1 flu, Witthaya said.

The 12th case is another Thai woman, 20, who arrived at Thailand on June 5 after traveling in the U.S. She has been admitted to a hospital on June 7 after developing the flu symptoms.

The 13th case involves a Thai man, 31, who developed the flu symptoms after returning from the U.S. and Canada.

They are currently recovering and have been closely monitored by doctors. All people, who stayed close to the latest patients, have been suggested to remain home for three consecutive days, said the minister.

On May 12, the Thai Public Health Ministry announced the country’s first two confirmed A/H1N1 flu cases.

Taiwan records three imported cases of swine flu from Thailand

Taipei, June 9 (CNA) The health authorities reported Tuesday three new cases of swine flu imported from Thailand, bringing to 24 the total number of influenza A(H1N1) infections recorded in the country.

The three cases are students who were traveling in two separate graduation tours to Thailand June 1-7, which mainly stayed in Bangkok and Pattaya, according to Central Epidemics Command Center (CECC) spokesman Shih Wen-yi.

One of the groups had 57 members, while the other had 17. Two of the confirmed cases began displaying flu symptoms while in Thailand. They were sent to hospital immediately upon their June 7 arrival at the Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport where they were detected as having fevers, Shih said.

The other confirmed case was in a group of six students who had complained of flu-like symptoms and were given blood tests, Shih went on.

He said 10 of the other students had been listed as suspected cases after reporting flu-like symptoms after their return, making it likely that the number of confirmed infections would further increase.

The CECC has informed the World Health Organization and the Thai government of the situation, Shih said.

According to the CECC, of the 24 cases recorded in Taiwan so far, only one has been indigenous and there have been no community outbreaks.

Reporter : PDN staff   Photo : PDN staff   Category : World News

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