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Deaths raise Indonesia’s H5N1 fatality count to 97


first_imgJan 18, 2008 (CIDRAP News) – Indonesia’s health ministry said today that an 8-year-old boy died of H5N1 avian influenza, the same day the World Health Organization (WHO) confirmed that a 16-year-old Indonesian girl—previously confirmed one of the country’s H5N1 case-patients—died of the disease.The boy, who was from Tangerang, a suburb just west of Jakarta, died today after one day of treatment in the hospital, the ministry said in an e-mail statement, according to a Reuters report. If the boy’s illness and death are confirmed by the WHO he will be listed as Indonesia’s 119th case-patient and its 97th H5N1 fatality.He had a fever and was first diagnosed as having dengue by doctors at a local hospital, the boy’s father told an Indonesian news Web site, Agence France-Presse (AFP) reported today. After the doctors determined the boy had the H5N1 virus, he was transferred to a hospital in Jakarta where he died a few hours later, the AFP report said.Sudhara Ningrum, of Indonesia’s bird flu center, told AFP that chickens had died suddenly near the boy’s house, but officials have not received a report on whether samples from the birds tested positive for the H5N1 virus. The health ministry said that the boy’s neighbor ran a chicken slaughterhouse and that it was investigating the source of the boy’s illness, according to Reuters.Also today, the WHO released a statement confirming the H5N1 death of a 16-year-old girl from Bekasi, another suburb of Jakarta. The girl died on Jan 15, the WHO reported. She was previously listed as Indonesia’s 117th case-patient, and her death has now been recorded as the country’s 96th fatality.The girl got sick on Dec 30 and was hospitalized 5 days later, according to previous reports. Chickens in her neighborhood had reportedly died 2 weeks before she became ill.Several of Indonesia’s recent H5N1 case-patients and deaths are from suburbs of Jakarta. The 8-year-old boy is the seventh person from the Jakarta suburb of Tangerang to die of the disease since October, according to the AFP report. Though health officials banned backyard poultry in Jakarta in early 2007, the rules and a plan for culling have been difficult to enforce.The girl and the boy are the second and third Indonesians to die of H5N1 infections in 2008. On Jan 14, the health ministry reported that a 32-year-old woman from Tangerang died of the disease on Jan 10.See also:Jan 18 WHO statementJan 11 CIDRAP News story “Woman’s illness raises Indonesia’s H5N1 total to 117”last_img read more


FC Seoul fined £67,000 for filling stands with Sex Dolls


first_imgSouth Korean side FC Seoul have been handed a record £67,000 fine for filling their empty stands with sex dolls during their K-League match against Gwangju FC. Around 20 dolls were placed in the stadium with some wearing face masks and the team’s colours while others displayed t-shirts and placards with the logo of SoloS, a sex toy seller. The mannequins, most of them female, but some male, were placed in the arena as a substitute for fans who are not currently allowed to attend games because of the coronavirus pandemic. K-League rules state inappropriate or sexual advertisements are not permitted and officials have decided to impose a record fine, ESPN report. The league recognised that the club had not intentionally ordered sex dolls but noted that, given their appearance and characteristics, there was enough time to realise a mistake had been made before Sunday evening’s kick-off after they had been installed earlier that day. FC Seoul celebrates after beating Gwangju FC 1-0Advertisement ‘We are sincerely sorry for causing deep concern to fans,’ they said in a statement to supporters. ‘We have confirmed from the very beginning that they had no connection to sex toys. ‘Our intention from the start was to provide even a small entertainment after it was decided that the games would be hosted behind closed doors due to coronavirus. Read AlsoBundesliga Players To Wear Black Armbands For Covid-19 Victims ‘Regardless of that, we would like to apologise once again to everyone who loves and supports FC Seoul. We will be holding further discussions on how we can review potential problems in similar matters. We will put forth our due diligence to prevent such issues in the future.’ Seoul beat Gwangju 1-0 but could be docked a minimum of five points as a further punishment. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Loading… center_img Promoted Content8 Weird Facts About Coffee That Will Surprise You7 Theories About The Death Of Our UniverseBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever MadeFascinating Ceilings From Different Countries8 Best 1980s High Tech GadgetsWho Earns More Than Ronaldo?Stunning Wedding Looks From Around The WorldThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read MoreThe Highest Paid Football Players In The WorldWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?Fantastic-Looking (and Probably Delicious) Bread Art7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend Betterlast_img read more