Anxiously waiting…

It was reported that “13 cases have aroused the Ministry of Health’s suspicion for H1N1. Five of those persons have been subjected to testing for H1N1 and that they have a low degree of confidence that any of these cases would be confirmed as H1N1. Therefore, only two cases remain as suspects at this time.”

I must say that it is grossly disappointing to know that our Health System is set in such a way that we cannot get a prompt confirmation of this contagious disease which has elevated to the pandemic status. We have no other option but to sit and await the results of the blood samples that were sent overseas.

I tell yuh this is the plight the people living in the thirdworld countries have to face.

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  • kagedbird  On June 23, 2009 at 5:45 pm

    In Antigua we have to send our samples to Trinidad for testing.
    We recently had one confirmed case at a primary school here and the officials refused to give the name of the school or shut down the school.

    We do not take real action here unless something critical happens.


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