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A swine flu strain that has killed five health workers in South Australia has infected the three people who infected the three other people in the hospital, authorities say.
The infected health worker – two nurses, one an intern – is in serious condition. Her colleague who was not infected was in stable condition and the third was being treated for flu, SIDS and pneumonia.
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It is the fourth swine flu strain to be associated with the deaths in a family unit in three days.
The Health Department is urging everyone to get vaccinated.
Two other swine flu swine flu strains were detected in South Australia in early September.
The other four deaths are currently being treated as preventable.
Health Minister Michael Meacher says the deaths were a traged더킹카지노y for the community and the community is feeling “very numb” about the situation.
“People’s lives are being impacted by this virus,” Dr Meacher told ABC Adelaide Today.
“This is an incident with the possible health effects as well as human beings experiencing this.
“In the very short time this incident has occurred, we feel very numb.
“But I can tell you these are very serious, tragic events and we will do all that we can to prevent this from recurring.”
Health Minister Meacher says while his department will not be taking any personal action until a full investigation has been completed, he is pleased the government has taken the time to provide public information about the issue.
“The people of South Australia have been so supportive over the course of this investigation, and that’s been encouraging,” he said.
He says while it is important to remind people of the importance of the vaccination schedule and to ensure as many people as possible take the medicine, it is not appropriate to get in touch with parents because this information might upset their kids.
There is still concern among local residents about how the people caught in the epidemic are treating the family members.
“The children are still in a little bit of shock, but obviously they are learning now that those who contracted the strain are the ones that need to be vigilant.
“It’s just hard to take in. The fear of contracting the strain is very much real.”
The two nurses who did not develop the illness but did in fact catch the flu have been laid to rest.