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Vietnam reports first human death of swine flu in years

Vietnam reports first human death of swine flu in years

A medical center in Ho Chi Minh said on June 8 that one of its patients who died on May 30 had tested positive for influenza virus A/H1N1, making her the first swine flu casualty reported in the country in the past couple years.

Vietnam records no Ebola virus infection

Vietnam records no Ebola virus infection

Vietnam has not recorded any Ebola infections to date, deputy head of the Health Ministry’s Preventive Medicine Department Dang Quang Tan has announced.

Another A/H1N1 death confirmed in Vietnam

Another A/H1N1 death confirmed in Vietnam

(VOV) - The Hanoi-based Central Hospital for Tropical Diseases confirmed a Thanh Hoa-born female patient had died of influenza A virus strain H1N1.

First A/H1N1 death in Khanh Hoa province

First A/H1N1 death in Khanh Hoa province

(VOV) - Doctors at Khanh Hoa’s General Hospital confirmed on February 13 the first patient infected with the A/H1N1 influenza died on the same day.

First A/H1N1 case detected in Khanh Hoa

First A/H1N1 case detected in Khanh Hoa

(VOV) - The Director of the Khanh Hoa provincial Department of Health Bui Xuan Minh on February 12 confirmed the first case of A/H1N1 in the locality.

New influenza vaccine factory put into operation

A vaccine factory capable of producing about 1.5 million doses of A/H5N1 influenza vaccine for human use a year became operational on December 12 in the central coastal province of Khanh Hoa.

Hau Giang confirms first A/H1N1 death

(VOV) - A 58-year-old man in Long My district has been killed by deadly strain virus A/H1N1, the district Department of Preventive Medicine reported on June 28.

WHO official calls for joint efforts to combat bird flu

WHO official calls for joint efforts to combat bird flu

Head representative of the World Health Organisation (WHO) in Vietnam Takeshi Kasai has urged the country to enhance inter-sectoral coordination, especially between medical and veterinary sectors, in the fight against animal-to-human epidemics.