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Six More H1N1 Cases Reported in Indonesia

Selasa, 30 Juni 2009

Six More H1N1 Cases Reported in Indonesia - Health Ministry has reported six positive cases of H1N1 flu in Indonesia, bringing the country's toll cases to eight.

Health Minister Siti Fadillah Supari said Sunday that there had been six new “imported” cases that happened to three Australians and three locals.

The ministry identifies the Australians as GC, MT and JA, and local residents as AG, TP and AM.

All Australians, who were in the same plane with another H1N1 patient BM, are receiving medical treatments at Sanglah public hospital in Denpasar, Bali. BM herself has been declared to have recovered from the illness and left the hospital.

“Local residents AG and TP spent holidays in Singapore while AM came back from Australia. They are now being treated at Sulianti Saroso public hospital in North Jakarta,” Siti said as quoted by Antara state news wire in Denpasar.

She said that she had asked for all authorities in hospitals, laboratoriums, airports and seaports to increase their medical supply and prepare more staffers to anticipate more H1N1 cases.

“We also demand for all people, who come back from the pandemic countries, to report and examine themselves to the nearby hospitals should they feel the disease sympthoms,” she said.

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