November 6, 2009

from PreventDisease Website


The first deputy minister of Health in Ukraine said in a statement that they have a different H1N1 swine flu than the rest of the world. In 6 days 500,000 people have been infected and 109 deaths have been confirmed.

According to statements from departments and officials there is no consensus, however some infectious disease experts are stating that this is either a mutated, recombined H1N1 or a new flu strain.

The Ukrainian government imposed quarantines in nine western provinces in late October in an attempt to curb the spread of flu. All education establishments in Kiev were closed, and people were obliged to wear medical masks in all catering establishments, shops and social services facilities across the former Soviet republic.

Infectious disease expert Dr. Donald Lau had previous stated that the chances of the Ukrainian pandemic being the same H1N1 virus were statistically low since the high viral transmission rates were unusual for H1N1.


He stated,

"there is almost certainly some type of new virus, or a lethal recombination that has occurred."

Dr. Lau had also speculated that the number of deaths was much higher than what the Ukraine and World Health Organization were reporting.

Some have blamed a lack of public health for differences but according to sources this is not the case. The plague or virus in the Ukraine was quoted as having 10 times the mortality rate than the normal swine flu.

In a paper published in microbiology news called resurrecting influenza pandemic strains, the author recognized 5 strains of weaponized flu.

Confirmation that this could be a mutated version (or a viral pneumonia which is a new strain):

  • 250,000 to 500,000 infected in one day, which is much faster than any other country has seen for H1N1

  • Many cases of viral pneumonia where the lungs fill with blood, a much higher viral pneumonia rate than any other country

  • Ukraine Health minister stated himself that "swine flu has mutated"

  • Much higher death rate than with H1N1

Most cases are in the rural north west area of the Ukraine.


That statistics are not unusual for a few months but this is for a few days. On the ground though, unconfirmed reports say that people are going on as normal, they also say that this is fear mongering. (speaking to locals)

WHO still needs to confirm gene sequences that are different.

Everyone is waiting for the gene sequences which will confirm whether this viral pandemic has been hyped, recombined, mutated or simply due to a lack of health services in the Ukraine.



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