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Posts Tagged ‘h1n1’

Doctor in Southern China said four or five H1N1 patients die in his hospital every day

Posted by Author on January 1, 2010


By Fang Xiao, Epoch Times Staff,Dec 29, 2009 –

A doctor in Yulin City (玉林市), (Guang Xi Province) Southern China said four or five H1N1 patients die in his hospital every day.  “Every hospital has deaths,” he said. “We have deaths in the morning, the afternoon, and at night.”

When a reporter asked the Yulin City doctor about the victims’ details, such as names, ages, and occupations, the doctor was extremely cautious. “I dare not tell you any specific information. Victims are both young and old,” he said…….. Read the rest of this entry »

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