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Wednesday, October 5, 2011

H1N1 burst in flooded areas October 6, 2011

Monitors CITY -- Now the Department of Health (DOH) The possible spread of H1N1 disease in the community to continue being devoured by the flood because the tandem of storm 'Pedring' and 'Quiel'.

In the ambush interview in this province which visited President Benigno Aquino III, said Health Undersecretary Eric Tayag that man of the affeced residents in flooded areas suffer from coughs and colds, diarrhea, cholera - symptoms that are possible to neglect tend to be considered especially when H1N1 "Monitors do this, we're trying to check the patient has trouble breathing ... might lead to H1N1, and it is primarily considered as flu seasonal as well" Tayag said.

Apart from H1N1, the long cold and cough can also lead to pneumonia, especially children, to be forsaken.
He said the DOH also monitors the Prevalence of the disease dengue and leptospirosis in the still Flooded areas.

Tayag's also one of the possible root of the sickness of residents due to improper human waste disposal which only just thrown to flood the stool.

It also includes the lack of  public toilet for the evacuees where a toilet is used 50 to 150 people gayungi deals are toilet for 20- people only.

Since it was proposed by Tayag to have "garbage boat" to rotae the still flooded this community to collect different waste residents.

Credit: Abante


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