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flu season

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by willy.wonka, Mar 18, 2003.

  1. willy.wonka

    willy.wonka Guest

    wow, i havent been sick in a year or 2.i dont get cold or anything.but when flu season comes..i can get so sick that i start to hullucinate.last time when i was sick i could hear a train going down the hallway andsaw a ufo flying in my room, i thought it was cute.
    but this shit sucks, cause room is being made at my work for some not even hot blonde chicks to work.as soon as i get better ima kill her.
  2. !@#$%

    [email protected]#$% Moderator Crew

    Joined: Oct 1, 2002 Messages: 18,517 Likes Received: 622
    maybe you have the new killer flu?

    From the world health org..........

    Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) multi-country outbreak - Update 3

    18 March 2003

    Disease Outbreak Reported

    Advice for travellers

    Currently available findings from the outbreak of Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS), continue to indicate that the overwhelming majority of cases are occurring in health care workers, and their families who have had direct contact with SARS patients. The number of cases without such close contact remains few, and no data indicate that this number is rapidly increasing. Based on current knowledge, WHO considers that the emergency travel advice issued on Saturday 15th March remains valid.

    WHO advises that no restrictions on travel to any destination are necessary. Persons travelling to Asia and the Far East should be aware of the major symptoms of SARS, and of the need to report promptly to a health care worker in the unlikely event that they fall ill during their travel or after returning home.

    For the full WHO travel advisory, together with additional information about this disease.
    Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS)

    Current situation

    Isolated cases of suspected SARS continue to be reported in new countries. As of today, health authorities are investigating reported cases in Canada, China, Taiwan (China), Germany, Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of China, Singapore, Slovenia, Thailand, Viet Nam, and the United Kingdom. Further details, including cumulative number of cases and deaths, are given in the table below.
    Cumulative number of reported suspect and probable cases

    At present, the vast majority of cases are concentrated in Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of China and Hanoi, Viet Nam. Singapore is currently reporting the third largest number of cases. All reported cases in other parts of the world are linked to travel within the past 10 days to one of these destinations. It remains undetermined whether an outbreak of atypical pneumonia in southern China, which began in November, is related to the current outbreaks.

    In Hanoi, 13 of the 57 patients are showing signs of clinical improvement.

    Two cases suspected in Switzerland on Monday have been investigated and ruled out as cases of SARS.

    Awareness of the disease is now very high throughout the world. Surveillance is proving to be sensitive, with suspected cases rapidly detected, reported to national authorities and WHO, and investigated according to the standard case definition.

    An increase in the number of suspected cases is to be expected in such an atmosphere of heightened awareness.

    In areas where person-to-person transmission has been documented, cases have occurred almost exclusively in health care workers or in persons in very close contact with patients, such as family members. Currently available data indicate that transmission of the infectious agent requires direct and close contact. There is no evidence of transmission following casual contact.

    Due to heightened awareness, cases are now being quickly identified and immediately isolated. No cases of secondary transmission are occurring following the detection and proper management of imported cases.

    Protective measures and strict barrier nursing procedures are now in place in hospitals in all areas where cases have been reported. In areas where person-to-person transmission has occurred, these measures are expected to decrease transmission to health staff and families of patients. Strict protective measures in countries managing imported cases are likewise expected to reduce the risk that the disease will spread to others within these countries.

    Efforts are under way to expedite identification of the causative agent, improve diagnostic precision, and develop a diagnostic test. A network of 11 highly qualified laboratories in 10 countries was established yesterday and has begun data sharing and regular reporting today.

    Many countries have activated well-designed national preparedness plans for dealing with an emerging infectious disease. The global surveillance system, which WHO coordinates, is working well in the ways needed to prevent the outbreak from becoming a global epidemic.

    Updates on the development of the SARS outbreak are regularly posted on the WHO website
  3. krie

    krie Guest

    theres a lady in a perth hospital with suposed SARS
  4. duh-rye-won

    duh-rye-won Guest

    i live in hong kong. the big hospital with everyone that has the pnemonia shit is in my town. people are wlaking around with masks and shit. i'm about to start rocking my respirator.

    between pnemonia in hong kong and terrorism in nyc i'm startin to worry. and i never fucking worry. worrying sucks. i feel bad for people who worry all the time.

    peace. seriously.

  5. cat killer

    cat killer New Jack

    Joined: Mar 18, 2003 Messages: 66 Likes Received: 0
    Yea I heard in shithole parts of citys, u know how they give away those free flu shots. Well never get those...Its just the governments way of infecting every 1 in 10 with aids or something.
  6. Dirty_habiT

    Dirty_habiT Administrator

    Joined: Mar 8, 2001 Messages: 18,132 Likes Received: 80
    I don't fuck with shots.... or I haven't had to in a long time.
  7. willy.wonka

    willy.wonka Guest

    one of my moms friends brother got sick and the day he told his brother that he was feeling much better is the day he died.
    cases of this in NY and CA
    i think it was this SARS thing you were talkin about.i have to ask though.

    $ FAT_ALBERT New Jack

    Joined: Feb 16, 2003 Messages: 16 Likes Received: 0
    yeah..fuck being sick..i got a sinus infection..a badass ear infection and a fever. :mad:
  9. sneak

    sneak Guest

    i have such a bad cold, the amount of shit that has come out of my nose in the last few days could fill a swimming pool.