1st swine flu case diagnosed in Israel
Meital Yasur-Beit Or
Published: 28.04.09, 14:25
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1. what a mess. G-d help us
vashDi ,   israel   (04.28.09)
2. not been isolated yet? why not?
3. Cancel Independence Day celebrations
Clive ,   Karmiel, Israel   (04.28.09)
If just one infected person is present in a crowd of 10,000 then the flu will have the maximum possible opportunity to infect others. It seems to be a reasonable and necessary precaution to cancel all celebrations today and tomorrow.
4. it was on tusday so relax it didn't spread
ghostq   (04.28.09)
this is just the aftermath,
5. #2 - do you know anything about epidemiology?
Dorothy Friend ,   Tel-Aviv, Israel   (04.28.09)
6. #1 -Like He did during the Spanish Flu epidemic?
Dorothy Friend ,   Tel Aviv   (04.28.09)
7. im with #6
eric ,   dublin   (04.28.09)
personally im going to trust medical science on saving us from this one.
8. the patient
Lisa   (04.28.09)
congratulations and thank you to the young man who took the initiative- because the hospital staff wouldn't---- in this case- erring on the side of caution would have been a good idea- . The patient could have infected half the hospital staff and patients while waiting in the hallway for treatment.... very careless and irresponsible.!
9. @5, no, but
i guess he's considered "safe" to infect other people. Nevertheless, just for preventing public unrest, it'd be wise to keep him isolated a bit more.
10. what about the people who were with these 2 on the flights?
eyal   (04.28.09)
n.zealand has asked people that were on flights with swine flu to come to check ups, will we do the same?
11. come on dorothy #6 have some faith!
vashDi ,   israel   (04.28.09)
12. I say we broaden the palette with some analog
Ypip ,   Canada   (04.29.09)
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