"No H5N1 virus" found in blood tests of suspected human Bird Flu cluster
Thursday, August 3, 2006
"Investigations by the ministry of health lab and Namru, too, on August 2 and 3 on all specimens collected from the suspected cases in Kabanjahe district came up negative," said Indonesia's health minister, Siti Fadilah Supari.
Final test results are expected in at least seven days from the Center for Disease Control (CDC) in Atlanta, Georgia. "The World Health Organization (WHO) requires human samples to be sent to one of WHO's six collaborative centres. So, we only need to send them to CDC Atlanta as it has worked with the U.S. NAMRU-2 lab here," added Supari.
Supari also stated that all individuals are suffering from the "common flu."
- "Indonesian Health Ministry: Two new human clusters of Bird Flu suspected in Sumatra" — Wikinews, August 2, 2006
- "Indonesians 'cleared of bird flu'" — , August 3, 2006
- "Preliminary tests clear Indonesians of bird flu" — , August 3, 2006
- Fitri Wulandari & Yoga Rusmana. "Preliminary tests clear Indonesians of bird flu" — , August 3, 2006
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