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Macao's A/H1N1 confirmed cases climb to 107
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13:24, July 19, 2009

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Macao reported five newly confirmed cases of Influenza A/H1N1 on Saturday, bringing the total number of such cases to 107 to date.

Four of the five newly confirmed cases were imported while the other one was locally infected, according to Macao's Health Bureau.

Two of the imported cases were students of the Macao University of Science and Technology, where three such cases were reported on Friday. The other imported case concerned a six-year-old local boy who traveled to Malaysia recently and a 21-year-old local woman who had been to Hong Kong.

Meanwhile, the locally-infected patient was a 25-year-old local man, who did not travel outside of Macao within seven days before he fell ill.

According to the statistics from the Bureau, some 20 patients that were tested positive for the A/H1N1 flu virus were still receiving medical treatments at local hospitals, while 84 others have recovered and have been discharged from the hospitals.

Source: Xinhua



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