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COMMENTARY AUSTRALIA’S RESPONSE TO SWINE FLU IN 2009 …

the disease, and using pandemic modeling programs from the USA (Lum et al., 2009). HAS THE AUSTRALIAN RESPONSE BEEN APPROPRIATE? The “Protect” alert was initiated in Australia on the 23rd of June 2009 (Lum et al., 2009). The decision to create this new phase represents one of the successful policies of the swine flu pandemic.

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November 6th,2019

The 2009 Influenza Pandemic: Selected Legal Issues

The 2009 Influenza Pandemic: Selected Legal Issues Congressional Research Service Summary On June 11, in response to the global spread of a new strain of influenza, the World Health Organization (WHO) raised the level of influenza pandemic alert to phase 6, which indicates the start of an actual pandemic.

November 6th,2019

Seasonal Flu vs. Pandemic Flu - cdc.gov

A flu pandemic is a global outbreak of a new flu A virus in people that is very different from current and recently circulating seasonal flu A viruses. OCTOBER Y 1957 2009 1918 1968??? Seasonal Flu vs. Pandemic Flu Influenza is one of the world’s greatest infectious disease challenges.

November 6th,2019

Human infection with pandemic (H1N1) 2009 virus: updated ...

This document updates the interim WHO guidance on global surveillance of pandemic (H1N1) 2009 virus infection in humans.1 The guidance has been revised to make it applicable to current global pandemic phase 6. It will be further reviewed and modified as the pandemic (H1N1) 2009 evolves.

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PANDEMIC INFLUENZA A (H1N1)

flu, thus fulfilling the criteria for declaration of the post-pandemic phase. During this phase of the virus, the UN Medical Services, including WHO Health and Medical Services and Regional Medical Services, continues to remain vigilant, maintain 1 World Health Organization. Weekly Update Pandemic (H1N1) 2009. 5 August 2010.

November 6th,2019

Swine flu: the present pandemic infectious disease

Swine flu: the present pandemic infectious disease ... Swine flu is the newest atypical influenza virus infection that has just been reported since early 2009. This new disease becomes pandemic at present. In this specific article, epi-demiology, symptomatology, pathology, diagnosis,

November 6th,2019

The 2009 Influenza Pandemic: An Overview

The 2009 Influenza Pandemic: An Overview Congressional Research Service 1 Synopsis On June 11, 2009, in response to the global spread of a new strain of H1N1 influenza (“flu”), the World Health Organization (WHO) declared the outbreak to be a flu pandemic, the first since 1968.

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The 2009 Influenza Pandemic - assets.publishing.service.gov.uk

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November 6th,2019

COMMENTARY AUSTRALIA’S RESPONSE TO SWINE FLU IN 2009 …

the disease, and using pandemic modeling programs from the USA (Lum et al., 2009). HAS THE AUSTRALIAN RESPONSE BEEN APPROPRIATE? The “Protect” alert was initiated in Australia on the 23rd of June 2009 (Lum et al., 2009). The decision to create this new phase represents one of the successful policies of the swine flu pandemic.

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