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Monday, March 29, 2010

Pandemic H1N1 situation in Malaysia for Week 11/2010 (14 March – 20 March 2010)

The latest from Malaysia's Ministry of Health:

" Overall, within the last week (14 March to 20 March 2010) there is a decrease in the number of new cases with symptoms of Influenza-Like Illness (ILI) being treated in the hospital. A total of 350 patients compared to 363 cases in the previous week (3.6% decrease).

The remaining number of ILI cases that are still being treated across the country on the last day of Week 11/2010 (March 20, 2010) are 385 cases (a decrease of 4.7% compared to previous week) in 43 government hospitals and 7 private hospitals.

Of these, 30 patients or 7.8% are cases of Influenza A (H1N1) which was confirmed through laboratory tests. The total number of cases accumulated up to March 20, 2010, is 12,594.

The number of cases current being treated in the ICU are 8 persons compared to 9 cases in the previous week. Six patients treated in the ICU have risk factors. No new cases of H1N1 deaths were reported and the total remains at 77."

If you going to read the actual report please use Google Translate, since the update is in Malay language.

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