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Preparedness, surveillance and response

Ohio reports 11 human H3N2v influenza cases last week

According to a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention FluView, eleven human infections with novel influenza A viruses were detected in Ohio during the week of July 16. All 11 persons were infected with influenza A (H3N2) variant (H3N2v) viruses and reported exposure to swine in a fair setting during the week preceding illness onset. Ten of the 11 patients were children less than 18 years of age and one patient was an adult aged 50-64 years. None were hospitalized and all have fully recovered from their illness

July 28, 2017
Outbreak News Today

Myanmar confirms two more cases of H1N1, H3N2 influenza

Myanmar health officials confirmed two new cases of influenza infections – H1N1 and H3N2 – as the country struggles to contain the new outbreak of the deadly virus that already claimed three lives. The Ministry of Health and Sports said that 20 patients were confirmed with Seasonal Influenza H1N1/A in Myanmar as of Wednesday and are now being treated in hospitals

July 27, 2017
Myanmar Times, Xinhuanet.com

Bolivia – Health department reports a higher number of H3N2 flu cases than expected

The Bolivian Health Ministry reported 2,695 cases of suspected flu, of which 660 were confirmed to be H3N2; 61, H1N1 and 129 of Type B

July 5, 2017
La Razon

Highly Contagious Dog Flu Spreading Through U.S.

Dog owners need to be aware that a new strain of dog flu has been making the rounds in the United States and seems to be spreading. A news report out of Georgia said that the flu was spread by out-of-state dogs at a dog show in May. The dog flu, according to veterinarians is said to be so contagious that if a dog sneezes 20 feet away from another pooch it can be passed on

June 9, 2017

Mueren cinco personas en Bolivia por la gripe A

The Bolivian health authorities confirmed there were 455 cases of H3N2 at a national level and 38 cases of H1N1 and 58 influenza type B. They also confirmed at least five people had died from the current outbreak

May 15, 2017
Hoy en TV
May 13, 2017
May 14, 2017
Pagina Siete

Woman dies from H3N2 after not responding to Tamiflu in Santa Cruz, Bolivia

A 62 year old woman, with breast cancer, who had influenza type A H3N2, did not respond to treatment with Tamiflu and died on Thursday after intensive therapy in a private clinic in Santa Cruz. She followed on from an earlier victim in the week, a 14 year old girl

April 8, 2017
El Correo del Sur, Los Tiempos, El Diario Sociedad, Pagina Siete, El Dia