Swine flu: Twelfth dead in Berlin



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Swine flu: Twelfth dead in Berlin. The Berlin Senate Department for Health, Environment and Consumer Protection announced that on Tuesday a woman with no known medical history died of swine flu or new flu in the capital. In this context, she pointed out the importance of vaccinations and the more than abundant vaccine.

(2010-04-23) The Berlin Senate Department for Health, Environment and Consumer Protection has announced that a woman with no known medical history died of swine flu or new flu in the capital on Tuesday. In this context, she pointed out the importance of vaccinations and the more than abundant vaccine.

The deceased woman was 44 years old and was admitted to a Berlin clinic on suspicion of pneumonia. The delivery had already taken place at the beginning of April. Now the woman died of lung failure. This means that a total of 12 people in Berlin are said to have died of H1N1 since the pandemic was declared at the beginning of June 2009, i.e. within almost a year. The first death in Berlin is said to have occurred in mid-June last year. With an estimated population of 3.4 million people, the swine flu death rate in Berlin is 0,00034 percent. For comparison: According to the official statistics of the city of Berlin, 48 people died in traffic accidents in Berlin in 2009. Around 440 people die from suicide in Berlin every year. According to the Social Structure Atlas 2008 Berlin, around 6,900 people died in Berlin between 2004 and 2006 before the age of 65.

A total of 253 people in Germany are said to have died of the H1N1 virus to date. In Berlin, the last death from the new flu was almost three months ago and the number of infected people fell sharply.
According to media reports, the federal states of Saxony and Brandenburg have around two million vaccine doses that they cannot get rid of. At first there was the idea that the other vaccines could be included in the seasonal flu vaccination, but the Paul Ehrlich Institute (PEI) now officially denied this possibility. Furthermore, negotiations on the resale of the vaccines, e.g. to Pakistan, failed. (Thorsten Fischer, HP Osteopathy)

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