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24 Sep 2009 description

Contexte général

Pandémie A (H1N1): Le nombre des cas confirmés dans notre Région était de 12 216 avec 69 décès au 22 septembre 2009. En Afrique du Sud, l'Institut National pour les Maladies Transmissibles a notifié 11 545 cas confirmés et 59 décès. Les inondations en Afrique de l'Ouest retiennent toujours l'attention de la communauté Humanitaire avec actuellement plus de 635 273 personnes sinistrées et environs 187 morts depuis les trois derniers mois.

21 Sep 2009 description

General Context

Pandemic A (H1N1): The number of confirmed cases in our Region was 12,216 with 69 deaths as of 22nd September 2009. The National Institute for Communicable Diseases in South Africa has reported 11,545 confirmed cases and 59 deaths. Floods in West Africa continue to retain the attention of the humanitarian community with now more than 635,273 people affected and about 187 deaths in the last three months.

07 Sep 2009 description

General Context

Pandemic A (H1N1): The number of confirmed cases has now reached over 8,000 with 40 deaths as of 8th September 2009. South Africa is still accounting for the bulk with 7,606 cases and 31 deaths. Floods in West Africa are retaining the attention of the humanitarian community with more than 600,000 people affected and about 159 deaths in the last three months.

31 Aug 2009 description

Contexte général

La Pandémie A (H1N1) est désormais bien installée dans notre Région et nos communautés. Le nombre de cas confirmés continue de grimper. Au 02 septembre 2009 un total de 6 265 cas a été confirmé dans 22 pays africains avec 35 décès. L'Afrique du Sud porte le plus lourd fardeau avec 94% de l'ensemble des cas. Les autres préoccupations humanitaires demeurent les épidémies les urgences complexes dans les pays d'Afrique centrale et la crise alimentaire dans la corne de l'Afrique.

31 Aug 2009 description

General Context

The Pandemic A (H1N1) is now well established in our Region and the communities. The number of confirmed cases continues to rise. As of 2nd September 2009 a total of 6,265 cases were confirmed in 22 African countries with 35 deaths. South Africa is still carrying the bulk with 94% of the case load. Other humanitarian concerns include disease outbreaks, the complex emergencies in central African countries and the food crises in the horn of Africa.

24 Aug 2009 description

General Context

The Pandemic A (H1N1) is still spreading in the communities. The number of confirmed cases is increasing. As of 25th of August 2009 a total of 5,967 cases were confirmed in 21 African countries with 25 deaths. South Africa continues to be of high concern with 94% of the case load. The WHO advice to the public is not to panic but to take necessary preventive measures such as hand hygiene and respiratory etiquette in households, the community, health care facilities as well as in other settings where people gather.