Tuesday, August 11, 2009

H1N1 Spreading Too Fast

As at todate, 32 dead, 203 new cases reported within last 24 hours, of which 15 were being treated inintensive care units and 67 patients are in isolation wards. A total of 1,982 cases have been confirmed and mostly were cured.

Anti-viral treatment has now been proven to be effective if the medicine was given to the affected people within 48 hours of getting the sickness.

If you have the following signs such as difficulty in breathing, fever, continuous chest pains, cough and diarrhea, please be aware.

Who are considered the high-risk groups of people?
* children who are below five years
* senior citizens 65 years and above
* children and youths under 19 who are on aspirin medication
* pregnant women
* people suffering from asthma, chronic lung disease, organ failure, cardiovascular, liver and blood system diseases
* diabetics
* obese people
* those with a low immunity

Drink more water and reduce unhealthy food!!

Lessen your exposure to the general public whenever possible.
Tags: H1N1, Swine Flu, Health, Anti-Viral Treatment



Blogger TZ said...

Hmmm.... are we still find to stay with prevention care or have to move forward to cure and enforcement?

11 August, 2009 13:09  
Blogger foongpc said...

Everyone must be responsible and take care to avoid the virus and not help in spreading it. It's too bad that malaysians on the whole are still having the couldn't care less attitude.

11 August, 2009 23:27  
Blogger Johnny Ong said...

tz - enforcement shld be looked into now

foong - agree with u on that lackadaisical attitude of those people infected with it. some still went out to the public enjoying their one week so-called quarantine

13 August, 2009 23:29  
Blogger Convivialdingo said...

We've been very lucky in Texas so far... it is spreading but not many deaths have been reported. I worry that the fall weather will bring greater exposure though.

15 August, 2009 10:59  
Blogger Johnny Ong said...

conviv - just pray that God's mercy will be on everyone's life

19 August, 2009 05:20  

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