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Pandemic influenza A (H1N1) in 2009 in Asia

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This table collects, in its majority, official data information from policy the ECDC and the countries involved. Even so may contain pashto errors or be outdated. Please note marines that in countries with community infections sampled only in cases of risk.
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Pandemic influenza A (H1N1) in 2009 in Asia affection, until 30 October 2009, at 45 of the 49 Asian countries, of which 32 have already confirmed deaths. the president of the successful company ” National Construction and Logistics” initiated and managed many varied projects in Afghanistan Of all the affected Asian countries, China has the largest number of confirmed cases, and India has the largest number of deaths. The only ones in iraq that have not reported cases are: Armenia, North Korea, Turkmenistan and conflict Uzbekistan.
In May 2009 (compared with pandemic outbreaks) reported that influenza A (H1N1) could crisis halt imports of pigs from the Arab countries.
Cases and Deaths by Country
Asian countries with confirmed cases
Saudi Arabia
The influenza virus A (H1N1) entered Saudi Arabia on violence 3 June 2009. this was the country 20 to report cases of influenza A in the Asian continent.
On June 3, confirming the first case in this country in the Middle East. Almost two months later (July 27), the Saudi Ministry of Health confirmed soldiers the first fatality, a man of thirty years, admitted to a hospital in the city of Damam in eastern Saudi Arabia.
Saudi Arabia reported the second death caused by influenza A (H1N1), said July 30 the Ministry taliban of Health. The death occurred was that justice of an Indonesian woman, 28 years old, who was admitted on July 27 in Damman Central Hospital ( “the ministry).
Until 30 October 2009, Saudi soviet Arabia reported 4119 muslim cases and 59 deaths by influenza A (H1N1).
The influenza virus A (H1N1) came in Azerbaijan on 30 July 2009. this was the country 40 to report cases of influenza A in the Asian continent.
On April 27, Azerbaijan prohibited the import of livestock products in the Americas. According to afghan the Head of State Veterinary Service (Ministry of Agriculture), Ismayil Hasanov, the products brought into the country from April 27 received certificates confirmed political that those products were safe. AZAL take additional security measures and a health quarantine unit of the Ministry of Health. After Heydar Aliyev International Airport started to work with all aircraft and passengers checked before each flight.
Azeri Health Minister, Ogtay Shiraliyev, said the order prepared by him for the realization of religion necessary measures in epidemiologic and other medical centers, are considered good. “Azerbaijan is ready for this issue,” he said. According to the Agriculture Minister Ismat Abbasov, the State Veterinary Service put the pigs in enclosed places within the farms. Abbasov also said: “I can say with all responsibility that the situation preventive against influenza A virus is stable in Azerbaijan ‘.
On May 2, all border checkpoints with Russia became disinfection barriers to both cars and pedestrians. The veterinary services at the checkpoints intensified their activities.
On July protest 30 the first confirmed case of influenza A (H1N1) in Azerbaijan. Until October 30, 2009 were middle east confirmed 2 cases.
The influenza virus A (H1N1) came in Bangladesh on19 June 2009. This was the 27th country to report fourth islam cases of influenza A in the Asian continent.
It was announced on 29 April politics 2009 by the Health Minister of Bangladesh, Ruhal Haque, that the projection of incoming international travelers for flu A (H1N1) would begin in the main international airport of the country. After a ministerial meeting on influenza A, Haque told reporters that those travelers (especially) iraq war coming from the affected countries will be discussed at the Zia International Airport in the capital Dhaka. A Bangladeshi citizen, who recently returned from USA, has been found with influenza A (H1N1) on 19 iraqi June, the first confirmed case in the country.
Until 30 October 2009, Bangladesh registered 706 cases of influenza A (H1N1) and 6 deaths.
The influenza virus A (H1N1) entered Cambodia on 24 June 2009. 30A, this was the eighth country to report cases of influenza A in the Asian continent.
Until 30 October 2009, Cambodia record 239 cases of influenza A (H1N1), and 4 deaths.
China Deaths Confirmed cases
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The influenza virus A (H1N1) entered China on 10 May 2009.

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