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China stops New Zealanders spreading swine flu

Posted by te2ataria on July 8, 2009

sent by a reader in Auckland [Edited by TEAA]

Did the kiwi Doctor know his kids were infected before entering China?

Officials in China stopped kiwi family from spreading swine flu virus

As NZ’s declared number of deaths from swine flu (NZ strain) infection reaches 5, border officials in China quarantined Victoria Aylott, from Parnell, New Zealand, and her family on their arrival in Wenzhou in south-eastern China Friday evening.

Aylott’s two daughters Celeste – who has a broken arm – and Meredith were suspected of carrying H1N1 virus because Chinese officials at the airport found they had high temperatures.

“Celeste, 5, broke her arm at Parnell School three hours before their flight to China.” It’s not known why the family did not cancel their trip to China.

“Her father Caspar Aylott, an orthopaedic surgeon, said the fact that the girls carried swine flu despite appearing fit indicated how many people must be carriers in New Zealand.”

“As a doctor, it says to me that this H1N1 must be endemic. If our children have got it, while fit and well and going to Parnell kindy and school, it must be everywhere.”

The doctor is dead right, of course. AND, as a doctor, he must have at least suspected that her kids were infected with the flu virus.

An informed source, who spoke to the Moderator on the condition of anonymity, said as many as 200,000 people in New Zealand are believed to have been infected with the swine flu (NZ strain) virus.

[http://www.nzherald.co.nz/swine-flu/news/article.cfm?c_id=1502821&objectid=10583114 ;
http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=10583207
]

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One Response to “China stops New Zealanders spreading swine flu”

  1. Annette said

    Thank you.

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