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NZ health warning: meningococcal disease kills teen at camp

Posted by te2ataria on October 21, 2018

NZ government (police and Ministry of Resurrection) under-report road fatalities in the same way Puerto Rican officials (US Govt) misled the world following Hurricane Maria. Death toll from the deadly storm was reported as only 64, instead of 2,975 as scientifically researched. About two-thirds of road fatalities in NZ go unreported, or unrecorded! [See blog entries under Ministry of Resurrection.]
See also: Police censorship produces NZ’s “lowest murder rate in decades”

Meningococcal disease kills teenager at St John Youth Camp on Motutapu Island, Hauraki Gulf

The often fatal disease meningococcal has killed a teenager attending the St John Youth Camp on Motutapu Island, Hauraki Gulf, according to Auckland Regional Public Health Service.

“Signs and symptoms of meningococcal disease are usually sudden onset of fever, headache, and stiff neck. It can start with symptoms similar to influenza (flu), and will often also cause nausea, vomiting, increased sensitivity to light, rash, and confusion,” US CDC said.

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Frigging Justice Simon France Fucks Up Again!

Are you fucking kidding me?

Corrupt Justice: Convictions quashed for son of wealthy winemaker

Corrupt High Court Justice Simon France has ruled that the rule of law does not apply to wealthy people in NZ. They have immunity to conviction.

“Joseph Peter Babich, 51, had been convicted in the District Court on charges of importing cocaine and methamphetamine – both class A drugs, as well as the class C drug, ketamine.”

WTF!

However, the corrupt High Court Justice Simon France discharged Babich without conviction, insisting “the convictions would unfairly damage Joseph Babich’s future.

“Babich Wines is one of New Zealand’s largest family owned wineries and is based in Henderson.”

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Heavily censored road fatalities

About two-thirds of fatalities on NZ death roads go unreported, or unrecorded!

Serious crash in Northland
Sunday, 21 October 2018 – 8:23pm Northland
“State Highway 1 is closed at Moerewa following a serious two car crash at approximately 7:30pm.
“One person is in a critical condition and is being flown to Auckland. Two other people have serious injuries and two have moderate injuries.”
http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/diversions-place-following-serious-crash-northland

Fatal crash Great South Road, Wiri
Sunday, 21 October 2018 – 4:42pm – Counties Manukau
A fatal crash has occurred on Great South Road, Wiri, Auckland. The three car crash between Kerrs and Browns Roads happened at around 4:10pm.
One person was violently killed and “at least one other person has received moderate injuries and is being transported to Middlemore Hospital via ambulance.”
http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/fatal-crash-great-south-road-wiri

Fatal crash near Whangarei – UPDATE
Saturday, 20 October 2018 – 5:08pm – Northland
“Police can now confirm that two people have died at the scene.
“Three others have been transported to hospital with moderate to serious injuries.”
http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/serious-crash-near-whangarei-update-0

Fatal crash in Otorohanga
Saturday, 20 October 2018 – 11:16am – Waikato
“One person can now be confirmed as deceased after a motorbike collided with a car on Scown Road, Waikato last night, 19 October. The crash occurred around 7.30pm.
“The motorcyclist unfortunately died at the scene. The female driver of the car had minor injuries.”
http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/fatal-crash-otorohanga-friday-night

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Murder, negligent homicide…

Whangarei homicide investigation – UPDATE
Sunday, 21 October 2018 – 2:16pm – Northland
“Whangarei Police investigating a homicide are seeking information from the public in relation to events leading up to a man suffering fatal injuries.
“Around 12:30am today a man arrived at Otaika Motor Camp in Whangarei with critical injuries. He was unable to be revived and died at the scene.”
http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/whangarei-homicide-investigation-update-and-media-opportunity

Drowning incident in Hawke’s Bay
Sunday, 21 October 2018 – 5:44pm – Eastern
“Police and emergency services were called to the scene of a reported drowning in Waipukurau just before 3pm today.
“A young child, aged two-years-old is reported to have drowned in a residential swimming pool.”
http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/drowning-incident-hawkes-bay

Body recovered from water at Frankton Marina, Queenstown
Sunday, 21 October 2018 – 1:07pm – Southern
“The Police National Dive Squad has recovered a body from Frankton Marina around 12:30pm this afternoon.
“Formal identification is underway, however the body is thought to be that of 63-year-old Queenstown man Alan Wilson, who was last heard from on Friday night.”
http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/body-recovered-water-frankton-marina-queenstown

Teenager dies after fall at old Opotiki School grounds
http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/boy-dies-following-incident-opotiki
https://www.radionz.co.nz/news/national/368700/teenager-dies-after-fall-at-old-opotiki-school-grounds

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Visitor Health Warning: Elevated Risk of Leptospirosis Infection in New Zealand

Posted by te2ataria on June 25, 2008

New Zealand Deadly Infections Syndrome (NZDIS), Health Bulletin # 14. Elevated Risk of Human Leptospirosis Infection June 25, 2008

New Zealand: KEEP OUT!

New Zealand has the highest rates of human leptospirosis in the developed world, according to a new study.

The disease, which is passed to humans through the urine of sheep, cattle, pigs, rodents and deer, attacks the kidneys and liver and can cause death.

Meat workers, inspectors, farmers and veterinarians are among the most common occupationally exposed groups.

A meat worker died from the disease, and an increase in the number of cases of leptospirosis in meat workers in Hawke’s Bay has been reported.

Massey University’s veterinarian Jackie Benschop said in the last 20 years there had been a big push to vaccinate dairy cattle and pigs against leptospirosis, but exposure from deer, beef cattle and sheep was also high.

“Our results add weight to the hypothesis that sheep are an important source of leptospiral infections to humans.” (Source)

This scanning electron micrograph (SEM) depicts a number of Leptospira sp. bacteria atop a 0.1. µm polycarbonate filter. Leptospires are long, thin motile spirochetes that may be free-living or associated with animal hosts and survive well in fresh water, soil, and mud in tropical areas. Organisms are antigenically complex, with over 200 known pathogenic serologic variants. Molecular taxonomic studies at CDC and elsewhere have identified 13 named and 4 unnamed species of pathogenic leptospires. Leptospirosis causes a wide range of symptoms, and some infected persons may have no symptoms at all. Symptoms of leptospirosis include high fever, severe headache, chills, muscle aches, and vomiting, and may include jaundice (yellow skin and eyes), red eyes, abdominal pain, diarrhea, or a rash. (Source: phil.CDC.gov)

Leptospirosis Data

  • In New Zealand meat workers are one of the occupations most at risk of contracting leptospirosis, comprising 30 percent of notifications in 2006
  • Infection can result in severe illness and in some cases death.
  • During 2003-2005 leptospirosis resulted in 207 hospitalisations
  • The majority of cases of leptospirosis are relatively mild and may be misdiagnosed as influenza.
  • The true incidence of leptospirosis is probably many times the reported incidence.
  • Leptospira species have many animal hosts including the main livestock species, wildlife and rodents.
  • An NZ slaughterhouse survey in lambs found 59 percent of lines had one or more carcasses with antibodies to two of the strains of leptospirosis – hardjo-bovis or pomona.
  • Leptospirosis occurs more frequently in humans in NZ than in any other country where it is notifiable.
  • Beef herds exposure to hardjo-bovis and pomona is high with prevalence estimates over 50 percent for serovar hardjo-bovis.
  • A survey of 110 deer farms found hardjo-bovis was present on 61 percent.
  • A slaughter-house survey in lambs found 49 percent of lines had one or more carcasses with titres to either hardjo-bovis, pomona or both
  • There is evidence that clinical disease in sheep and deer is emerging with morbidity and mortality in lambs and weaners. (Source)

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Photomicrograph of kidney tissue, using a silver staining technique, revealing the presence of Leptospira bacteria. Photo credit: CDC/Dr. Martin Hicklin Public Health Image Library

Before you opt for a kidney transplant, please ensure the kidney is obtained ethically!

Previous Visitor Health Warnings for New Zealand:

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New Zealand Poisoning Syndrome (NZPS), Health Bulletin # 8

Posted by feww on April 4, 2008

[New Zealand Poisoning Syndrome (NZPS), Health Bulletin # 8. Outbreak of Salmonella Mbandaka, April 4, 2008]

Salmonella Outbreak

An outbreak of a rare strain of salmonella is spreading throughout New Zealand.

The salmonella mbandaka outbreak has claimed 28 reported cases, 10 in the Nelson Marlborough district. A woman infected with salmonella mbandaka recently died in Nelson; however, the date of her death has not been reveled. The New Zealand Government has also failed to disclose the timeline of the outbreak.

According to the director of public health, the cause of outbreak is unknown. The salmonella bacteria usually live in the gut of domestic and wild animals, including poultry, pigs, cattle and pets.

Symptoms included diarrhea, stomach cramps, fever, nausea, vomiting and headache.

Risk factors in New Zealand include contact with farm animals and pets, food prepared in unsanitary conditions (the highest risk), drinking contaminated water and overseas travel during the incubation period. Contact with recreational water and infected persons, though less commonly reported, pose a risk. Report


Salmonella Bacteria

Safety Precautions

If you must travel to New Zealand AVOID

  • Coming into contact with pets and farm animals (and people with pets and farm animals)
  • Swimming in untreated water
  • Consuming meat products
  • Drinking tap water

For people outside New Zealand:

  • Avoid coming into contact with people traveling from New Zealand
  • Do not consume food products imported from New Zealand

Previous New Zealand Poisoning Syndrome (NZPS), Health Bulletins:

Related Links:

For further information visit CDC Salmonella Infection (Salmonellosis)

CDC Salmonella Infection (Salmonellosis)

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