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Urgent Health Warning: Another Outbreak of Norovirus in New Zealand

Posted by te2ataria on August 19, 2008

[New Zealand Death Syndrome (NZDS), Health Bulletin # 15. Outbreak of Norovirus, August 19, 2008]

At least four major outbreaks of highly infectious gastro-intestinal norovirus have been reported throughout in New Zealand’s south Island. In two Dunedin hospitals about 100 people have been affected. In Otago at least 47 patients and 79 medical staff have been infected by the virus since August 1. In Greymouth another outbreak in a rest home has been comfirmed by the health officials. About 50 percent of the residents and medical staff have caught the viral sickness.

It’s not known how many peopled have been killed since the outbreak started.

Norovirus affects people of all ages. The viruses are transmitted by food or water which is contaminated with feces and by person-to-person contact.

The disease is characterized by nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and abdominal pain. General lethargy, weakness, muscle aches, headache, and fever. Symptoms may persist for several days and may become life-threatening in the young, the elderly, and the immune-compromised. (Read more).

New Zealand food and personal hygiene is one of the worst in the world.

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Urgent Health Warning: Outbreak of Staphylococcus aureus

Posted by te2ataria on June 12, 2008

[New Zealand Death Syndrome (NZDS), Health Bulletin # 11. Outbreak of Staphylococcus aureus, June 12, 2008]

[“Unlucky”] Baby died after infection breakout

One of the “unlucky” 21 babies who caught the [potentially] fatal staphylococcus aureus infection in Auckland Hospital’s Neonatal unit died.

The bacteria is reportedly immune to common antibiotics. In a similar outbreak at Wellington Hospital in 2004 three babies died and at least 30 others infected.

The hospital’s infection control clinical adviser said the infection was relatively common in neonatal intensive care units. [Conclusion: The babies who died must have been “unlucky!”]


Bacterial cells of Staphylococcus aureus, which is one of the causal agents of mastitis in dairy cows. Its large capsule protects the organism from attack by the cow’s immunological defenses. Magnified 50,000X. (Source)


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Urgent Health Warning

Posted by feww on June 4, 2008

[Food Imports from New Zealand – Health Bulletin # 10. Outbreak of mystery bacterium, June 4, 2008]

Do NOT consume capsicum and tomato imports from New Zealand!

A new disease affecting tomatoes and capsicum have been discovered at three of New Zealand’s North Island hothouses. A new bacterium has been discovered, which is causing severe problems, including leaf curling and yellowing; however, little is known about its origin or potential dangers. (Source)

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How Many of NZ’s Latest Rape Victims Were Tourists?

Posted by te2ataria on June 2, 2008

More Rapes Reported in New Zealand

Three young women have been raped in New Zealand recently. Our readers would like to know:

  • How many of the rape victims were tourists? And
  • What were their nationalities?

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