Swine Flu in Baguio and In our Office

Friday, May 29, 2009

Swine Flu in Baguio CityManila Bulletin reports that a male adult has been confirmed to be infected with the Influenza A (H1N1) flu virus in Baguio City, bringing the total confirmed cases in the Philippines to 7. Dr. Myrna Cabotaje, DoH-Cordillera Administrative Region regional director, said the latest confirmed patient with H1N1 virus is now doing fine although he is still being closely monitored by doctors. Eight others from two provinces in the Cordillera are suspected of having the virus and are under close medical supervision. In the US, Wisconsin and Texas overtake Illinois as the states with the most H1N1 flu cases. 3 Fridays ago, an email circulated in the building I worked that an unnamed colleague in the same building was confirmed to have the H1N1 virus. We were informed that we can work from home that afternoon and I took up the offer. Business resumed as usual the next week. It's been 3 weeks and I have no update if our colleague got well or not. I don't even know his/her identity.
Related Links: US H1N1 Flu Situation Update; One more flu patient confirmed in Baguio

1 comments:

Noldie Taroogs May 30, 2009 at 4:18 AM  

looks like the a(h1n1) bug has its roots firmly on philippine soil -- 14 positive cases so far :-(

and "back to school" season starts next week!