Via Guangzhou Dayang: Foshan confirmed two cases of human infection with the H7N9 avian flu. The Google translation includes reassuring news about the costs of catching it:
January 13 afternoon, the Provincial Health and Family Planning Commission Bulletin, Foshan City 2 new confirmed cases of human infection with H7N9 avian influenza were reported cases of Nanhai District, cases were sporadic, not associated epidemiology.
Case 1 Po A, F, 28 years old, poultry sales staff, currently residing in Foshan Nanhai Lishui. January 8, 2014 the disease, January 9 to Nanhai District, Sixth People's Hospital for treatment, outpatient I "Tamiflu" treatment, January 12 designated H7N9 infection admitted to a local hospital. Currently patients with stable disease. Close contact with the local health department for medical observation and found no abnormalities.
Case 2 European, male, 46 years old, the driver, now living Shishan Town, Nanhai District, the home of live poultry rearing. January 6, 2014 the disease, designated H7N9 infection admitted to the local hospital on January 9, to give "Tamiflu" treatment. Currently patients in critical condition. Close contact with the local health department for medical observation and found no abnormalities.
Government of Nanhai District of Foshan City, decided January 13, January 14 region live bird markets are closed two days.
Since August 2013 the first reported case in Huizhou since, as of January 13, 2014, the province reported a total of 16 cases of patients have been cured in 2 cases, 1 death (residence Dongguan). Statistics by patient residence, located in Guangzhou, one case of cases, 3 cases in Shenzhen, Foshan and 6 cases, one case of Huizhou, Dongguan, two cases, Yangjiang 3 cases.
Related: Guangdong people have been infected with H7N9 avian influenza into the Medicare reimbursement
Individual initiative to the media rebellion in patient hospital treatment, said the family financial difficulties, worry about the cost of treatment. In this regard, reiterated previous policy unchanged, the province of human infection with H7N9 avian influenza has been included in the scope of Medicare reimbursement, and increased reimbursement, if the patient is indeed difficult, may make an application to the government bailout.