Lodi, two Covid outbreaks in Santa Chiara: 8 health workers and 21 patients involved

Two Covid outbreaks in Santa Chiara: 8 health workers involved and 21 patients, two of whom with fever. Patients who tested positive for Covid are in the Alzheimer Hydrangeas nucleus and in the Oleander ward, on the first floor. In the first case, 15 out of 18 elderly people in the nucleus have tested positive … Read more

Expert: Expand vaccination to 95 percent end polio outbreaks in children

Learning from a number of countries that have successfully handled polio, such as Sudan and Africa, the polio vaccine must be administered in two rounds Jakarta (ANTARA) – Dicky Budiman, an expert in health safety and security from Griffith University in Australia, said the government must expand polio vaccination coverage to 95 percent nationally to … Read more

Bangkalan Regent Claims His Area Is Free from FMD Outbreaks

Abdul Latif Amin Imron, the Regent of Bangkalan, stated that his area was free from Foot and Mouth Disease (PMK) thanks to the serious efforts of animal health instructors and veterinarians. “Currently, there are no more cows owned by residents who have FMD, and this is of course thanks to the serious efforts of officials … Read more

Bangkalan Regent Declares His Area Is Now Free of FMD Outbreaks

Liputan6.com, Bangkalan – Regent Bangkalan Abdul Latif Amin Imron stated that his area is now free from Foot and Mouth Disease (FMD) thanks to the serious efforts of animal health educators and veterinarians in dealing with this disease. “Currently, there are no more cows belonging to the affected residents FMD outbreakand this is of course … Read more

Floods have not generated outbreaks in Greater Santo Domingo

The authorities of the Ministry of Public Health reported yesterday that so far no diarrheal, respiratory or other cases have been registered, linked to the rains and floods that affected Greater Santo Domingo last Friday. Dr. Gina Estrella, from Risk Management of the Ministry of Public Health, reported that interventions have been carried out in … Read more

Spain reinforces itself in the face of polio outbreaks in other countries

Updated Tuesday, November 1, 2022 – 16:21 The new cases of polio derived from the use of the oral vaccine that have occurred in London and New York force surveillance systems to take extreme precautions. In our country this possibility is ruled out because “none with live components are being used” A child receives an … Read more

‘Old’ virus type responsible for bird flu outbreaks

Bird flu outbreaks have been monitored and wild birds have so far been caused by the same type of H5N1 bird flu that has been present in the Netherlands since October last year. So far it seems that no new type has arrived with the bird migration. At Wageningen Bioveterinary Research (WBVR), the virus type … Read more

Not a communicable disease, outbreaks of acute kidney failure in children are considered inappropriate

Jakarta, https://www.tvOnenews.com – Minister of Health Budi Gunadi Sadikin said the insistence on extraordinary events (KLB) for cases of acute kidney failure in children was not appropriate. He said, extraordinary events can only be determined only for infectious diseases, and cases of acute kidney failure in children are not infectious diseases. Watch tvOne live streaming … Read more

‘Hygiene is the only asset for the time being against bird flu outbreaks’

Editorial Jan Vullings chief editor In the short term, hygiene seems to be the only weapon against bird flu outbreaks. Although this does not offer any guarantee. Already it is the largest bird flu outbreak ever in Europe. The macabre limit of 2,500 bird flu outbreaks is in sight. The Netherlands registered 68 outbreaks until … Read more