Update:Swine flu situation in Mongolia

As of Nov 24, 2009, 20 people died of the swine flu infection and number of registered infection cases reached 1123.

From this, 785 case in Ulaanbaatar and 388 is registered in rural areas of Mongolia. According to spokeperson of the Ministry of Health, all aimags except Dundgovi has cases of the swine flu infection.
From the cases of death, 11 deaths in Ulaanbaatar and 3 deaths in Uvurkhangai aimag and 2 deaths in Dornogovi aimag and each 1 death in Bulgan, Umnugovi, Arkhangai, Sukhbaatar aimags have been registered.
Shipment of the flu vaccine from WHO is expected to arrive in Mongolia in first half of December, 2009.
Government of Mongolia requested flu vaccine from China, however, according to Chinese Embassy in Ulaanbaatar, China is hesitant to give the vaccine as it might cause unintended difficulty such as allergy and reaction in Mongolia.

By Battsetseg, reporter of MonInfo News Service


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