Tuesday, May 26, 2009

2 more swine flu deaths

From the Daily News:

Two more New Yorkers infected with swine flu have died, health officials announced Tuesday.

It is not yet known if the H1N1 virus caused the latest two deaths - a 41-year-old woman from Queens and a 34-year-old man from Brooklyn.

The new cases bring to four the number of New Yorkers who have died after catching swine flu, said city health commissioner Thomas Frieden said.


Anonymous said...

NYC Health Dept should disclose the following for the sake of the 8 million people in New York City. This is a highly contagious disease which strike much younger people (people in their teens to age 50) than the garden-variety seasonal flu (which strike mostly aged 65 or older).

1) The Public has the right to know what "Underlying Medical Conditions" these 2 dead people had before they caught Swine Flu.

Most Americans suffer from at least one medical ailment that force them to take regular medication and/or regular medical treatment.

2) The Public also has the right to know where these 3 people had worked before they died of Swine Flu.

Co-workers and clients/customers who had close contacts and interactions with these 3 people need to take extra pre-cautions for possible infection of Swine Flu.

Anonymous said...

"underlying medical conditions" MY ASS.

So EVERYONE that has died has an underlying medical condition? What are we all stupid? Bloomscuz doesn't want to create a panic so they are lying. Don't tell me a 34 year old and a 41 year old had health issues. Highly unlikely.

I tell ya they can't create a vaccine fast enough.

Anonymous said...

Bayside Flu, Superstition & Pimpmobiles
Them boys in Bayside are the most dangerous science hating superstition-based initiatives and
backwards of all. The city should toughen inspections for medical,
psychiatric and vehicle reasons to cut down the number of congestion.
This way, we will also get the voters against congestion pricing, who
live in Bayside and Staten Island, to move away. We also need to
psychiatrically regulate the preachers and teachers who influenced
such creatures - That is what homeland security is really about.

Sarah said...

Very Lucky, Very Lucky

Anonymous said...

you are all crazy. bloomie sucks big time. but this is not his doing. stop making hash where it does not exist. people get sick; people die. it's a sad fact of life. if you want to blame someone, blame the feds for not shutting down travel to and from Mexico!

Anonymous said...

Nah, it's more fun to blame Bloombutt!


linda said...

lmao italian girl... when this shit first came out about mexico and everyone getting sick, the feds should of shut down going and arriving. the feds should of at least tested americans coming home. Sicking that our bloomass of a mayor is lying to everyone. hey dumb ass keep the schools open alittle longer so more children can get sick, then the staff and everyone traveling with them to and from to work. what the hell is wrong with this man. LUCKY he's lucky no kick his blooming ass..

Anonymous said...

"lucky" says napoleon dynomite

Anonymous said...

Everything is fine.........now step into the oven....er,room.

Anonymous said...

Why Mexico and Queens???????

Close the borders.........

Anonymous said...

Unfortunately, this is the 21st century, not the 19th. Sealing the border hermetically is not possible, nor desirable.

Mexico, along with Canada, is a major trading partner of the United States. The best we can hope for is quick identification and treatment, followed by development of an effective vaccine.

Anonymous said...

Sealing the border may not be possible but certainly desirable.

Anonymous said...

Because America let our economic and industrial might bleed away, the closure of the border would wreck this country.

We import vital supplies from Mexico every day. I despise this, but it is a fact of life. We need them as much as they need us.

Anonymous said...

This flu, if not mild, is nasty!

Anonymous said...

According to the NY Post, the 55-year-old woman from Queens who died of Swine Flu this past weekend had connection with the nonprofit FEGS Health and Human Services System in The Bronx.

I think it will be prudent for that building in the Bronx to be thoroughly disinfected.

Click on the link to the NY Post news article for more details.