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H1N1 FLU BREAKING NEWS: Case counts, first Aussie death, New Zealand raises response level

first_imgJun 19, 2009World novel H1N1 cases top 44,000The number of global novel influenza cases grew to 44,287 cases, including 180 deaths, the World Health Organization (WHO) reported today. The total is a 4,667 increase from the number it reported in its Jun 17 update. The list includes the first confirmed cases from Laos, Oman, St Maarten, Papua New Guinea, South Africa, and Suriname. Countries reporting large increases include Mexico, Canada, Argentina, Chile, and the United Kingdom.[WHO update 51]US novel flu cases push past 21,000The nation’s number of novel H1N1 cases grew to 21,449, including 87 deaths, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reported today. The number reflects an increase of 3,594 cases and 87 fatalities from a week ago. States reporting the most cases include Wisconsin, Illinois, Texas, New York, Massachusetts, and California. New York confirmed the highest number of deaths, 24, followed by Texas with 10, and California, Utah, and Illinois with 8 each.[Current CDC numbers]Aboriginal member is Australia’s first novel flu deathAustralian health officials today reported the country’s first novel flu death, a 26-year-old man from a remote Western Australia community, the Australian Broadcasting Corporation reported. The man, who reportedly had a number of other health conditions, died in an Adelaide hospital where he was flown earlier this week for pneumonia treatment. Tests yesterday revealed he also had novel H1N1 flu. Some experts warn that the pandemic’s effects could be more severe in remote populations.[Jun 19 ABC story]Papua New Guinea, Bangladesh confirm first casesOfficials in Papua New Guinea and Bangladesh reported the nations’ first novel H1N1 cases, according to media reports today. Few details were available about the patient in Papua New Guinea, other than he or she had recently developed flulike symptoms after overseas travel. Meanwhile, a health official in Bangladesh said the country’s first case was in a 17-year-oldNew Zealand raises pandemic response levelNew Zealand’s health ministry announced today that the country was shifting from a “contain” to a “manage” pandemic response level. In a statement, the ministry said the change reflects increased transmission of the virus, particularly in Wellington, Christchurch, and Auckland, not the severity of the disease. The ministry said the change will enable community health services to manage large numbers of influenza patients and maintain service levels for other sick people.[Jun 19 New Zealand health ministry statement]last_img read more


Gerrit Cole clicked by wife in New York, all smiles ahead of big Yankees unveiling

first_img WATCH US LIVE On Tuesday, Gerrit Cole signed a contract with the Yankees worth $324 million.That’s just $1M less than the $325 million the City of Anaheim agreed to sell Angel Stadium and the 133 acres of surrounding land for last week 😳 #SCFacts(h/t @Alden_Gonzalez) pic.twitter.com/12Uicx3cu1— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) December 11, 2019 Abhishek Shetty COMMENT First Published: 18th December, 2019 19:31 IST Gerrit Cole completed his mega-money move to the New York Yankees earlier this month and it seems like the superstar has already made himself at home. Gerrit Cole is finding it easy to find his space in New York as he was seen enjoying his days in the Big Apple. The 29-year-old was recently clicked by his wife, Amy Crawford, in which the star can be seen behind a copy of The Post’s Tuesday back page with a lyric of Frank Sinatra’s hit song “New York, New York” captioned in the background. That’s some New York vibes for you.  Also Read | Paul Pogba’s Manchester United Return Delayed, This Time Due To IllnessA number of New York Yankees fans gathered to watch their new signing and Gerrit Cole was generous enough to sign their baseballs and even posed for selfies. Gerrit Cole stated that signing for the New York Yankees was a very tough decision to make as big guns like LA Dodgers and LA Angels were interested in signing the player. When asked what motivated him to sign for the New York Yankees, Cole replied by saying “History. The fans. Competitiveness.” Gerrit Cole will be officially unveiled at Yankee Stadium on Wednesday. Also Read | NorthEast United Vs Bengaluru: Robert Jarni Promises Bengaluru FC More Misery In Guwahati Gerrit Cole got his Yankees haircut and shave @short_porch pic.twitter.com/0De4QADR3K— Barstool Sports (@barstoolsports) December 11, 2019 Written By Also Read | Lionel Messi Fan Creates Thread About The Barcelona Star’s Lesser-known Records SUBSCRIBE TO US Also Read | El Clasico: Karim Benzema Vs Luis Suarez, The Battle Of The No. 9sMLB: Gerrit Cole is a New York Yankee nowGerrit Cole joined the New York Yankees for a whopping sum of $324 million in a 9-year deal and the star recently made his first public appearance. Cole was immediately asked about the New York Yankees’ famous ‘No Beard’ policy to which the pitcher seemed to have made amends with. Gerrit Cole has convinced himself that he will have come to terms with the fact he will have to let his beard go but he also used the words “that’s nuts” and “unfortunately”. Last Updated: 18th December, 2019 19:31 IST Gerrit Cole Clicked By Wife In New York, All Smiles Ahead Of Big Yankees Unveiling A number of fans gathered to watch their new signing and Gerrit Cole was generous enough to sign their baseballs and even posed for selfies. Read more for info. LIVE TV FOLLOW USlast_img read more