2009年8月14日金曜日

MUMBAI SCHOOLS SHUT AMID FEARS OF FLU PANDEMIC 13/08/09

Indian authorities have ordered all schools and universities in Mumbai to close for one week as a "precautionary measure" intended to halt the spread of Influenza A (H1N1) in the commercial and entertainment centre of India.



India Schools Closed to Curb Swine Flu Spread
NTDTV
August 13, 2009

The government of Maharashtra in western India has shut down all educational institutions for a week in Pune city, and those in industrial outskirt towns, after four people caught the H1N1 flu virus. The announcement also includes theatres for three days, but the holiday will be compensated by a reduced Deepavali vacation – the Hindu festival of lights. [Ajit Pawar, District Guardian Minister]: "From today till August 17, all colleges, high schools, primary schools should be closed, all private classes should be stopped in Pune and Pimpri-Chinchwad. All children are advised to stay indoors." Meanwhile, in India's capital, New Delhi, people have been asked to wear three tier masks. [Sheila Dikshit, Delhi State Chief]: "It is not necessary that every one should wear masks. But, if masks have to be worn at all, three-tier masks should be used because they are effective." Earlier in the day, a four-and-a half-year-old boy succumbed to the swine flu in Chennai, the capital of Tamil Nadu state. The total number of deaths in India due to H1N1 has hit six, but India's confirmed a total of 864 people infected with the virus. India recorded its first H1N1 case in Hyderabad city back in May. Since then the virus has spread across the country with dozens of cases from Pune city. The H1N1 virus, commonly known as swine flu, emerged in April in the U.S. and Mexico, and has spread internationally. The World Health Organization declared an H1N1 influenza epidemic on June 11. The virus has killed more than 800 people worldwide.

My husband is going to Mumbai on a business trip next week, oh boy...
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The Real Story - Pandemic Panel - 1~2
therealstorysharon
August 13, 2009
Dan is joined by 5 Massachusetts citizens to talk about the "Swine Flu" hype and it's impact on the Mass legislature. Massachusetts Bill 2028 - the pandemic bill is the topic of discussion along with the flu scare and what you can do.

Guests
Bob Dwyer
Rich Aucoin
Dave Kopacz
Dr. Paul
Ken Wagner
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pt.2

pt.3



Get your coloidal silver or nano-silver ready, then you should be all right. I've got Nutronics New Silver Solution and Oxisilver Solution (Dr.Leonard Horowitz). Instead of Oxysilver, maybe I should have got Super Silver Solution which Dr. Bill Deagle is recommending, it's cheaper and better. Better to get it faster before the government changes regulations. My friend who use to work in the US military was producing his own silver solution with a simple generator kit.

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