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Indonesia bird flu cases hit 76
posted by admin on 09/01/07

Indonesian boy tested positive of bird flu

JAKARTA, Jan. 9 (Xinhua) -- A 37-year old woman near Jakarta has been positively infected by avian influenza, bringing the total cases to 76, 57 of them have died, Indonesian Health Ministry said here Tuesday.

The woman has been treated in a hospital in Tanggerang, an outskirt city near Jakarta, since Saturday and will be shifted to Rawamangun Hospital in east Jakarta, Rumizar Rusin, an official of the anti-bird flu center of the ministry, said.

"The result of the test is positive," he told Xinhua.

The woman has got the symptoms of high body temperature, respiratory problem and cough since January 1, then she went to a health clinic, said the official.

"She has history contact with fowl," said Rusin, citing that there have been many chickens and duck died around the housewife house.

"Now our people (health officials) are going to the site," he said.

Indonesia has become one of the front lines in the fighting against the H5N1 virus.

Experts have warned international community of the risks of the disease should Indonesia fail to prevent the highly pathogenic H5N1 virus from spreading.

The huge territory, back yard centered farming and relatively lack budget have hampered the authorities in the country to fighting against avian influenza.

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