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Thursday, December 7, 2017

H1N1 INFLUENZA HITS GHANA


H1N1 flu, also known as swine flu, because those that contracted the disease had direct contact with pigs


H1N1 flu, also known as swine flu, because those that contracted the disease had direct contact with pigs 



The Ghanaian government should investigate the US military in Ghana jungle



The Ashanti Region Director of Ghana Health Services, Dr. Emmanuel Tinkorang has revealed that H1N1 Influenza Virus is responsible for the death of about 13 students of Kumasi Academy in the past seven months.



The spate of 13 deaths within seven months has caused public anxiety as parents and students demanded answers.
 
Speaking to OTECNEWS’ Piesie Lardi in interviews Dr. Emmanuel Tenkorang gave assurance that, there will be no further death as students undergo Azithromycin, a broad spectrum antibiotics medication.

Dr. Tenkorang announced that blood samples of the three first-year male students of the school, who died under mysterious circumstances within 48 hours were sent to the Noguchi Memorial Research Institute by the health directorates to ascertain the cause of death and the results released this confirms H1N1 Influenza as the cause.

 H1N1 Influenza is the subtype of influenza A virus that was the most common cause of human influenza in 2009 and is associated with the 1918 outbreak known as the Spanish Flu.

Over 40 students have been affected, with nineteen currently on admission at Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) Hospital and Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital.

The assurance comes as students and teachers undergo antibiotics medication supplied by the World Health Organization.

They are expected to complete the 3-dose medication they started on Tuesday on Thursday.

According to Dr. Tenkorang, nineteen students, 16 on admission at Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology Hospital and three at Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital are said to be responding to treatment.

Their high body temperatures are said to have normalised after taking Azithromycin, a broad-spectrum antibiotic.

With these actions taken, the Regional Director of Health Services is full of hope that no student will die again at Kumasi Academy.

"Every child will survive in this school. No child will die. I must assure you. Once you take the treatment, there would be no problem.Everybody will survive," he assured.


Editorial

The writers of this health blog wish to ask the Ghanaian government and the Ashanti Region Director of Ghana Health Services, Dr. Emmanuel Tinkorang, if, during the US military training in Ghana's jungle, the American soldiers went to the part where influenza has killed the students.  

It will be recalled that on Sunday, June 4, 2017, we published an article entitled AMERICAN SOLDIERS TRAINING IN GHANA'S JUNGLE WILL LIKELY PLANT EBOLA VIRUS IN THE COUNTRY.


We warned the African leaders that their ignorance will not only allow Africans to be used as guinea pigs to test devilish drugs manufactured in Europe and America but will also enable the American soldiers training in Africa to plant Ebola virus in African jungles. 

Firstly, the Ghanaian government shouldn't have allowed the US soldiers to enter into any of Ghana's jungle knowing that the American government is responsible for Ebola in West Africa and secondly, the disease was also planted in the jungles of those three affected West African countries.

How stupid is the Ghanaian government if the US military convinces them that they want to learn jungle training from the Ghanaian military? What can the Ghana military teach the US military that they don't know? This was just a trick to test bio-weapons in Ghana.

The Ghanaian government should investigate if, during the US military training in Ghana, the soldiers went to the part where the students have died from the HINI influenza, then the US government is responsible.

If they are still in Ghana, they should let them pack their bags and leave.

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